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An LTE-Enabled Moto G Has Surfaced On Amazon


While the Moto E is likely to be revealed tomorrow morning, a new Moto G might be incoming. Currently the Moto G is a 3G-only device, with no LTE on any model. The 8 GB Moto G costs $180, while the 16 GB costs $200. While there are no specific specs on the device, the new LTE-enabled Moto G is only $220.

Both Black and White models are here, even though the Black model’s picture is missing. It’s likely Motorola was going to announce the new Moto G tomorrow, so someone working at Amazon must have simply made an error.

It’s fairly certain the LTE is only for GSM-enabled carriers, so if you’re on Verizon or Sprint, you won’t be getting the added boost in speeds. If you’ve been wanting a Moto G but been holding off for any reason, it’s going to be a much better model soon. You actually can pre-order the new model now if you want to, despite the individual pages being unavailable.

The real question of course, is if you will buy one. For only $220 for an LTE model, this is an excellent buy.

Source: Amazon via Max Smolev (Google+) via Android Police

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