The hugely popular Motorola Moto G has been updated to include 4G networking and a microSD card for extra storage.
Announced alongside the new £89 Moto E, the new Moto G is otherwise identical to the original model, which was launched last year and went on to become Motorola’s most popular smartphone of all time.
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By adding 4G and expandable storage, Motorola has answered much of the criticism reviewers had for the original Moto G, which was widely praised for its low price, quad-core processor and HD screen.
The 4G Moto G will launch in the UK “in the coming weeks,” Motorola says, and will be priced at £149 unlocked and SIM-free. This is £50 more than the 3G version of the Moto G, which will remain on sale.