P, 18 Mar 2015Just got one from CPW £149, bargain. Tts 4G, no dual sim, and only 8gb internal here in ... moreIf you got 8gb interneal that is last years model. I do not believe 2nd gen with 5" screen is yet available in the UK.
RichardC, 18 Mar 2015You have to be very careful when ordering: I ordered what I thought was the new model, having ... moreThe one i got at CPW was also on 4.4.4 but it updates to 5 soon as you boot it up, I read about it somewhere, and it works fine. Cracking phone.
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Reply to a question - somebody wanted more information and I think especially no access to the Google Cloud if it is correct is important.
Motorola told me that Motorola Moto G 4G 2015
(I don't know whether it is for the old XT1072 or the new XT1072 (Moto G 4G 2915) version
Probably both should have;
But both won't have Google Drive (50 GB Cloud Storage)
I asked why (because all their other G phones had access to Google's Cloud free of charge) and they couldn't say why.
But it should still be possible to back-up to a computer I was told.
Just got one from CPW £149, bargain. Tts 4G, no dual sim, and only 8gb internal here in UK but I've already got a 32gb sd so no probs. If its as good as the original Moto G I had I'll be well happy.
You have to be very careful when ordering: I ordered what I thought was the new model, having found it on Google Shopping, only to find it was the old one. The giveaway was that the model advertised used Android 4.4.4, whereas the new model uses 5.0.2. So check carefully when ordering: I managed to notice it in time and cancelled the order whilst it was still being processed, luckily!
woah, tell us something about this phone guys =)
does it have "textured" power button like new Moto E or Moto X? does it come with a charger or only usb cable?
Compared to the versions of this phone released in Brazil, the versions sold in the UK do not include dual 4G SIM and only have 8GB of internal storage with no option of 16GB.
Shown on the Motorola websites:
Specs of phone sold in Brazil:
8GB/16GB for 3G or 16GB for 4G
Single or dual SIM 3G or Dual SIM 4G
Specs of phone sold in UK:
Dual SIM 3G or Single SIM 4G
Motorola Moto G 4G (sim free) being sold by CarPhone Warehouse today (17/03/15) but only at selected CPW shops.
You can get one at Carphone Warehouse right now. Got mine on 17 March for £149.99, £10 cheaper than the competition, and a week early!
Leef, 16 Mar 2015The Moto G 2015 4G is still not available. When you go to buy it you find that you are placing... moreIn England, UK Amazon says it should be available on the 23rd March 2015.
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2015moto is a mad company...it cant understand what costomer or young gen wanted in smart phone...... moreThis is the 2nd gen moto g but with 4g and larger battery. If you want higher specs, there is the moto x
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2015nevermind, seems like they fixed it now and it will be 8 GB single sim =) not a big deal, sinc... moreWhen I said "European models" I meant Europe, including Poland.
I don't know why you thought Poland would be a special case.
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2015I don't know if I'm allowed to but whatever :D x-kom . plIt is SM4025AE7T1, so 8GB, single SIM. The descritpion is incorrect. When you click on the item a detailed spec is revealed. Same version as for the UK.
nevermind, seems like they fixed it now and it will be 8 GB single sim =) not a big deal, since it is only ~25$ more expensive than model without LTE with smaller battery
So it seems like we have two different versions of Moto G 2nd Gen LTE. One is 16 GB dual sim and the other is 8 GB single sim. By the way, in my country (Poland) there is an online preorder, in a reputable store, and the specs are listed as 16 GB + dual sim, so it may be dependent on a country you live in or importer/distributor (Poland is in Europe as well, if you don't know :D)
The Moto G 2015 4G is still not available. When you go to buy it you find that you are placing a pre-order with an estimated delivery date. The T&C on Motorola's website describe the contract with a Google company but I think they are now Lenovo. I think I'll wait until it is in the shops. At least I'll be able to return it if it isn't what it described as...