The latest variation of the Motorola Moto G2, also known as the Moto G 2nd generation comes with latest 4G LTE support in terms of connectivity. It makes it a great mid-range smartphone that the Japanese Tech company wanted it to be when it released in September last year. With the growing demand for 4G LTE connectivity from most smartphone users regarding communication or data needs, business of personal needs, the new Motorola iteration is certainly a refreshing new offering.
An even more noteworthy fact is that the Motorola Moto G2 is a mid-range handset and is quite cheap compared to the rival smartphones featuring the same 4G LTE support in the retail markets today. The technological industry is moving towards bigger and better things and Motorola’s new 4G initiative is a step in the right direction.
The latest Motorola Moto G2 has retained most of the features of its predecessor. Other than the 4G and LTE capabilities, the two major differences of the current model is that it released with the latest Android Lollipop version out-of-the-box with an upgrade option to Android 5.1 and of course, its budget price tag.
When it came out last September, the device carried a retail price of just 180 dollars. Meanwhile, the latest variant comes with a $246 retail price. Talking about the latest features and capabilities, the present generation Motorola Moto G2 is practically a steal compared to other rival smartphones while featuring the same specifications of the rivals. Other than the improved connectivity options, the phone also features an overall improved hardware with a 5inch display and 1280X720 display resolution and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3.
Under the hood, the phone runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor at 1.2GHz along with 1GB of RAM. The device has 8GB of internal storage capacity with an expandable memory option using a micro-SD card. The device also features a decent 8 megapixel rear shooter.