Motorola Releases the Moto G LTE 2014 Edition
Apart for manufacturing the much-praised Nexus 6 for Google, Motorola had a rather colourful period last year. The company also refreshed its smartphone series with the Moto E, the Moto X 2014 edition and the Droid Turbo. However, it was rather disappointing to know that the Moto G 2014 edition doesn’t include 4G LTE connectivity.
This obviously could put some people off, but fortunately, the company has introduced the Motorola Moto G LTE 2014 edition with initial availability in Brazil. Compared to the earlier model, the phone has bigger battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop operating system. It is quite identical to its 3G sibling, except for a few major differences, including the integrated 4G LTE connectivity.
Another noteworthy detail of the Moto G LTE (2014) is its bigger battery with a 2390mAh power-pack on the back. As a reminder, the early 3G-only model has a less spacious 2070mAh battery. Quite fortunately, the larger battery capacity doesn’t cause a bigger waistline, but mind you, the phone is still rather thick at 11mm. The new version is also slightly heavier at 155grams, compared to the original at 149 grams. It also has 16GB of internal storage and dual-SIM card slot.