News by Luke Jones on Monday February 02, 2015.
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Motorola's second generation Moto G has been with us since early September, but it has continued the trend of the first device and is a bang for buck giant. However, Motorola has now unveiled a new variant, one that may make the Moto G 2014 even more of a bargain. The company has rolled out the Moto G 2014 LTE in Brazil.Yes, Brazil may be an odd place to roll out a new smartphone on paper, but the South American country is one of the few emerging markets (the kind where the Moto G is in its element) that has a strong and growing 4G presence. Aside from the addition of LTE connectivity, this variant of the Moto G is identical to its 3G sibling. That means it has a 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 401 with 1GB of RAM as the original model, while there is a camera bump from 5 megapixels to 8 megapixels on the rear. The front facer has been raised to a 2MP lens and other specs include 16GB of on board storage (an 8GB version is also available), a micro SD card slot, and a 2,070mAh battery.
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