In this session, the United States Multinational Company, Motorola seems busy in commencing advanced versions of its hot-selling smartphones. After launching a 4G LTE variant of 2013 Moto G, tech giant has brought a 4G-enabled version of Moto G (Gen 2) aka 2014 Moto G.
Apparently, company has collected more leveraging since the inception of pocket-friendly: Moto E as well as it has received a lot of accolades by 3G-capable G series. But, now it's on an another campaign and looks more fervent to introduce cutting-edge handsets at affordable prices to gain better revenue in this competitive portfolio.
Taking about the 4G-equipped model, then mobile is almost identical to prototype version, but there are some facets, which make it dissimilar from its 3G sibling. Apart form 4G connectivity option, this novel edition is power packed with a bigger 2390mAh battery and weighs about 155 grams, while ideal version is decked with smaller 2070mAh battery and has a weighing of 149 grams.
Notably, consumers can't choose between 8GB and 16GB inbuilt storage because only 16GB of internal memory is available in device, which can be enlarged upto 32GB via a microSD card. Barring all these above mentioned specifications, rest of the specs make it similar to older one. Loaded with Android 4.4.4 KitKat, handheld features 5-inch HD IPS display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Click Here to know more about firm's new scion.
However, Moto G (Gen 2) 4G LTE has been cataloged on company's Brazilian website even without a formal announcement, but there is information about its pricing details. As yet, multiple sources are claiming that mobile will initially make its way to Brazil, U.S. and UK, but exact date of availability is still unknown.