FCC Listing Reveals The Existence Of A 4G LTE Capable Moto G [Leak]
The Moto G can do a lot of things for a budget smartphone. But if there’s one thing it can’t do, it is browse data using 4G LTE. However, it seems like a separate LTE variant of the smartphone is inbound according to a new FCC listing.
The listing doesn’t reveal a lot more than the bands it will support, which include those for T-Mobile and AT&T networks in the U.S. (bands 2, 4, 5, and 17). If the handset is revealed soon, it will become the first device announced by Motorola since it was acquired by Lenovo.
An LTE capable Moto G does have a nice ring to it, but it all depends on how long we will have to wait. Considering that the device is already at FCC’s doorstep for certification, the smartphone could be announced relatively soon. The Moto G currently retails at $179 and $199 for the 8 and 16GB variants respectively on the Google Play Store and elsewhere, so the LTE variant could cost slightly more during launch.