Motorola’s second generation of its budget smartphone, the Moto G, is pretty similar to the original. The first generation of the device launched without LTE capabilities, with Motorola releasing a new LTE capable model later down the line. And thanks to Motorola’s Brazilian division, we may just know what’s different in the second generation LTE device.
Motorola’s Brazilian site has revealed both the existence of an LTE model that should be coming soon along with the new specs for the device. Though most features remain the same, it looks like the new Moto G’s battery was bumped from 2,070mAh to 2,390mAh, which is a pretty good improvement. Storage is also at 16GB, instead of the 8GB the standard model offers. The rest of the specs seem to be the same.
The device is not available for purchase, despite the specs being listed. But since the specs are up on Motorola’s own site, we can expect to see the device released pretty soon. For those who need a good budget device, the Moto G is a great pick, and with LTE it’ll be even better.