So... It's worse than moto e 4g and more expensive and doesn't really improve on the original model (which I own). The original moto g lte is struggling with its budget hardware and the bump in that respect was highly anticipated... and you failed to deliver Motorola. I'm very disappointed. I'm gonna look elsewhere for an upgrade (zenfone 2)
banid, 12 Mar 2015No snapdragon 410, oy veyActually I always thought that the chipsets should be used as follows.
Moto E Snapdragon 410
Moto G Snapdragon 610
Moto X Snapdragon 810
The point being Cheap phones get 400 series, medium priced phones get 600 series and higher end phones get 800 series.
That would be a good, sensible way to cater for everyone, and all markets.
Funny this phone has been on sale for a while in the UK as a 4g model.
What's worse is that this should be at least had LTE in the first place!
Nathan Carter, 11 Mar 2015Well when is it available in the U.S.?This is what it wrong..We are in this connected world and GSMArena is world forum but still we live separate country's so some places get phones others do not. Some of my fave phones have been Japan only. It should come to US because Moto is US or was.
Then when some phones are launched we get different chipsets and RAM for different country's etc ,,,what a mess.
The original Moto G (2014) should already have such battery installed.