News by Luke Jones on Monday October 06, 2014.
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Motorola may have recently released a new Moto G, but the older model still remains a compelling choice, especially if you want a bit of LTE thrown into the mix. The Moto G LTE launched five months ago and if you want a 4G packing version of Motorola's budget king then it is the only game in town. It is also now available on AT&T in the United States, so the carrier confirmed today in a press release.The second largest carrier in the US will begin offering the smartphone from October 10th (Friday) and as you can probably imagine, the Moto G LTE is a bit of a bargain. If you want to get your hands on the device outright you can front up $180 to do so, or alternatively you can bony up $7.50 or $9 a month through AT&T's Next program, or buy the device for $80 with a one year service commitment. While the new Moto G is itself a bargain and a fantastic handset, the old version should not be overlooked and of course if comes with LTE. Other specs include a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400, a 4.5-inch display, a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera, a 2,070mAh battery and a stock build of Android 4.4.
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