Earlier, the Moto G had solid world-class specifications and a major class-leading display. The only possible complaint about the older models was the absence of 4G support. The 4G enabled Motorola Moto G2 is available for purchase from Tesco, Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, Argos, Sainsbury’s and Asda from 16th March. The second generation Motorola smartphone is available at $180 from Motorola’s US site but doesn’t include the LTE support for now. As a result, you’ll need to wait a little longer in order to get it.
In the meantime, JBCDroid, senior XDA member has successfully ported the MIUI firmware alpha version into the second generation Motorola Moto G2 smartphone. The MIUI V5 Titan for Moto G is based on the older Android KitKat v4.4.4 version and comes with a host of new features.
However, keep in mind that this is a port and all features will not work perfectly. Certain features have been flagged by the developer like GPS, RIL and HDR hangs the camera app. They do not work perfectly at all. The features that work perfectly include RIL in all single SIM devices, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Video Playback, Sensors, Flash, Camera, LED and Audio. Issues include the Calls, SMS and Data functions in dual SIM devices.
Stay tuned for more updates on Motorola Moto G2!