The Moto G is probably the best deal in low-end Android hardware at the moment, but its modest specs are missing one vital component: LTE connectivity. It looks like Motorola is aiming to fix that omission, admittedly with a slight premium. LTE versions of the previously 3G-only phone are now on Amazon in a pre-order form, set to ship on June 30th for $219.99. That’s just $20 more than the standard no-contract phone.
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LTE-Enabled Version Of The Moto G Shows Up On Amazon For $219.99, Shipping On June 30th was written by the awesome team at Android Police.