Rumor has it that Motorola has a flurry of devices and their different versions lined up for this year, with the LTE version of the Moto G being one of them. This claim has received some more weight due to an Amazon listing of such a model which was spotted yesterday.
The LTE version of the Moto G is expected to be formally announced today at the Moto E launch event. However, someone over at the world largest online retailer put up a premature listing of it, which has now been removed. As observed by Android Police, this model will come dressed in black as well as white shades.
More importantly though, it will be priced at $219.99 which is a great deal since the no-contract 3G version of the device has been placed currently at $199.99. Amazon stated that the LTE variant of the Moto G will be made available for purchase on June 30.
Right now however, the limelight is set to be grabbed by the Moto E which is to be announced later today at simultaneous events in London and New Delhi. This smartphone will be cheaper that the Moto G and will grab decent specifications including a dual core processor, 1GB worth of RAM and the Android KitKat OS.
Like we said, the Amazon listing of the Moto G LTE model has vanished for now, but you can expect it to come back online when the device is made official.
In the meantime, here’s a look at the specs of the Moto G:
– 4.5-inch HD display
– 1.2GHz quad core Snapdragon 400 SOC
– Android KitKat
– 1GB RAM, 8GB/16GB storage
– 2070mAh battery
– 5MP rear camera, 1.3MP front snapper