Moto G With 4G LTE And Expandable Memory Available For $219

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Good phones with a reasonable price are hard to come by, especially if you want a phone with 4G LTE and expandable memory. If you’re on the hunt for such a device Motorola has got you covered. The Motorola Moto G 4G LTE has just been launched and you can purchase the device directly from Motorola’s website. Just like the regular Moto G, you get all of the same specs such as the 4.5″ 720p display, Snapdragon 400 processor, 1 GB of RAM, and a 5 MP rear camera. So what makes this device different from the Moto G? The Moto G 4G has a microSD card slot, not to mention the 4G LTE thats in the name. Having expandable memory on board is a really nifty feature being that the device comes with either 8/16GB of native storage. As well as the microSD slot, 4G LTE has been added to the device for much faster service.

Motorola says that the Moto G 4G will be available on all carriers in more than 40 countries worldwide. With that being said, it’s expected that the LTE band selection will be rather wide. Having such a wide selection sounds like a battery drainer, but with Qualcomms multi band LTE modems, battery consumption will be minimal. That aspect is really important for a 4G handset since 4G uses a lot of power to quickly load up web pages or to simply fetch some emails and notifications.

Now pricing, the device alone without a contract will only cost you $219. The Moto G 4G will come in two different colors which are black and white. If those colors sound boring to you, Motorola has accessories available to liven things up a bit; they can be found on their site. These accessories include different cases in various colors with a starting price of $14.95. If your interest on the Moto G 4G is building up, you can head on over to Motorola’s website and purchase it directly from them. If not, you can still scoop up the Moto G which is still being sold for $179. Both phones are of reasonable prices and sit snug in the value lane.

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