Well well, what do we have here? A LTE enabled 2nd Gen Moto G has been spotted on Motorola’s Brazilian website. The new 2nd Gen Moto G touts LTE connectivity and a slightly larger battery than the OG 2nd Gen Moto G. While we have no concrete evidence from Motorola concerning the release of the device, it wouldn’t be surprising since Motorola released a LTE enabled Moto G (1st Gen). The specs have since disappeared from Motorola’s website, but Android Police caught a screenshot which you can check out below.
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So, when will we see the LTE enabled Moto G in the U.S.? We’re not exactly sure. While this listing sure does pretty much confirm the existence of a LTE enabled Moto G, it’s from the Brazilian site, which makes me think the Moto G will be launching in Brazil before it makes its way across the world.
Oh, and that battery bump I mentioned earlier? The LTE Moto G gets a 2,390mAh battery, which is a little beefier than the normal Moto G’s 2,070mAh battery. Not too shabby. All the other specs look the same though, aside from that whole LTE thing. We’ll let you know when we get more details on the LTE 2nd Gen Moto G.