Moto G 16gb or Moto G 4G 8GB? Moto G 4G 8gb is only available to me in my country.
When is it coming in india plz tell a date as i need to buy a phone on urgent basis it will b available in 7-10 days then i should wait but it not i would look for another mobile
Upper midrange, but another success from Motorola. I have a higher end device, though.
appu gowda , 02 Jul 2014is there option to change the battery.... plz reply fastno b'coz moto g 4g phone have inbuilt battery only
Anonymous, 01 Jul 2014Why would you need two sim cards?Sometimes people get a mobile number from their offices for official purpose only. Their company pays its bills, and then they have a personal number as well where they don't want any official calls. These people have to carry two SIM cards. Dual sim phones make their life easier
i REALLY REALLY like want this phone??? is any one aware when the moto G 4G will be available in the middle east??? please? your answer will be much appreciated.
question, 01 Jul 2014Does Moto G 4G come with NFC? cuz i dont see it in specs session.Thanksno nfc in the moto g 4g lte
question, 01 Jul 2014Does Moto G 4G come with NFC? cuz i dont see it in specs session.ThanksMoto G 4G LTE it does have the option but it will depend on your carrier because some of them block that option in the phone.
Im planning to buy this from my twins in Canada ~ then using it Indonesia cause cant wait no more XD
AnonD-278499, 29 Jun 2014Will this model bought in USA work in India ThanksPraPat we advice to wait until the model is available through local carriers to ensure 100% compatibility.
William, 01 Jul 2014Could someone please upload the LTE bands this phone supports?Here are all the bands-
Global GSM Model:
GSM/GPRS/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz)
UMTS/HSPA+ up to 21 Mbps (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz)
Requires a microSIM card (not included)
CDMA/EVDO Rev A (850, 1900 MHz)
Does Moto G 4G come with NFC? cuz i dont see it in specs session.Thanks
For those of you upset about the specs or remarking about Motorola releasing such a low specced phone: Motorola also sells the Moto X, which has much higher specs (and is also about twice the price, depending on configuration). I think it's a great thing that Motorola is releasing fewer phones; the glut of options from Samsung et. al. is just more confusion that most shoppers (and arguably Android as a whole) do not need.
ryad, 25 Jun 2014Actually this little phone is one of the top rated models of 2014. And its currently the secon... moreBut it doesn't support microSD 32 GB class 10. My Samsung Galaxy SIII mini GT-I8190L does.
The Moto G 4G model XT1040 doesn't work with microSD 32 GB class 10.