Moto G with LTE listed on Amazon for preorder


The Moto G is one of the most impressive Android-powered smartphones on the market. It’s cheap, feature-packed as well as pleasing to the eye, but something it lacks is LTE compatibility — which is rather disappointing. However, it looks like that’s about to change. A recent online listing reveals that Motorola is in the process of manufacturing another variant of its reasonably-priced handset which is capable of handling universal LTE bands which you can preorder starting today for just $219.

Amazon is listing the new Moto G  in both black and white colorways with a ‘Factory Unlocked U.S. Warranty’ from Motorola. Unfortunately, the pages for the device are blank, as it hasn’t  yet been announced, but you are able to continue with the preorder process to reserve yourself a Moto G LTE Edition that’s expected to ship on June 22.

Sadly, we don’t actually have an image of the device in question. Amazon’s listing for the black variant is blank (‘no image available’), whilst the white one isn’t the standard Moto G we’ve seen in the past. Bearing in mind this is a placeholder, the graphic is subject to change.

If you like the sound of the Moto G LTE and wish to preorder one — just click the source link below.