Motorola launches 4G-enabled Moto G with microSD card slot

Motorola launches 4G-enabled Moto G with microSD card slot

As part of its Moto E launch event, Motorola also unveiled a 4G-enabled version of its mid-range Moto G smartphone. The new Android handset will be sold alongside the original, allowing customers to choose between the two variants.

The device will be available in black and white – there’s no Moto Maker customization on offer – and will also come with a microSD card slot, which is a new feature for the Moto G. Otherwise, the new 4G-enabled handset is identical to its predecessor. The device offers the same components and industrial design, both of which were exceptional for its original price point.

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Motorola said it would launch in the UK for £149 and be available “in the coming weeks.” Although other markets weren’t detailed, we suspect it’ll be available in other countries where the Moto G is already sold.

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