We are talking about the LTE-enabled version of Motorola Moto G 4G. AT&T jsut made an announcement that it will start selling the 4th-generation version of Moto G this Friday, and to make your mind clear, this is the LTE version of the original Motorola G, not a newer variant of the 2014 edition of mid-range Motorola’s G (Gen 2).
By throwing LTE and card slot, the Moto G 4G features a 4.5-inch IPS display with 720p resolution, runs on the official Android 4.4 KitKat packing a Snapdragon 400 SoC, sporting a 5MP/720p camera, a microSD card and obviously the aforementioned 4G LTE connectivity.
AT&T will be selling it for a free agreement for $180 or else you can sign up for a year and grab the Moto G 4G for $80. With an AT&T Next plan, the phone call will cost you around $7.50 a month for 18 months or $9 for 12 months period. It you activate Next on a new or existing line you can evidently get $100 credit.
Point to be noted, that the 2014 Moto G don’t come with LTE, but the Moto G 4G gets it. The new one is although bigger than the original, with 5-inch at the same resolution, same chipset, better still camera (8MP, records 720p video) and added front-facing stereo speakers.
It’s up to you, if you’re owning a Motorola G 4G, then, AT&T’s NEXT plan would be your best offering. Stay tuned!