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LTE Moto G now available for purchase via Motorola for $219

The 4G LTE variant of the Motorola Moto G is now available for purchase directly through the company website. The smartphone has long been expected to arrive since it was officially announced last month alongside the Moto E. The handset costs $219 and is currently in stock with the option to get a variety of

Amazon now officially taking pre-orders for the LTE Moto G

With the Moto E and the LTE capable Moto G being the dominant news stories from yesterday, we’re now seeing Amazon USA listing the latter on pre-order for $219.99. The smartphone comes with 8GB of storage by default, but Motorola has been wise enough to pack a microSD card slot so that users can add extra storage

Moto G with LTE and microSD slot officially announced

The Moto G is one of the best phones that has ever been made available at a price point of lower than $200, mixing mid-range specs with a low-end price to offer amazing bang for buck. However, two things made it less great than it could have been – lack of LTE support, and a

Moto X+1 or Droid Ultra sequel? Motorola XT912A surfaces with Snapdragon 800

It’s no secret Motorola means business in spite of an impending Lenovo acquisition with still hard to guess ramifications, as an eclectic blend of ultra-affordable Moto devices and high-enders have been tipped of late for 2014 introductions. The leathery X+1, LTE-enabled G and dirt-cheap E are among these forthcoming potential box-office hits, with Droid Ultra,

Presumed AT&T-bound Motorola Moto G benchmarked as ‘Peregrine’

Available for a while with Verizon and Boost Mobile and recently released on US Cellular and Aio Wireless, Motorola’s crazy cheap, crazy solid Moto G smartphone may soon add another name to an already pretty impressive roster of US network partners. As its GoPhone prepaid lineup continues to suffer in terms of media visibility and