The release of Motorola Moto G2, a worthy upgrade over the older Motorola Moto G sparked admiration from smartphone lovers all over the world. There were many positive responses and it was a really great entry into the budget smartphone market. It has the ability to stand out on its own in a markets segment that is quite oversaturated. The device doesn’t offer anything really special but offers a nice combination of features and hardware specs for a really great price. The Motorola Moto G2, also known as the Moto G 2nd generation comes with slight improvements to the phone’s hardware, mainly adding the 4G LTE support. It allows the device to connect with LTE bands.
With the growing popularity of LTE and excellent support provided by carriers, it’s great to notice budget devices getting access to the 4G network. The whole industry will move forward once they we have a full range of terminals capable of using LTE. Earlier, the company released a version of the device that did not include the 4G LTE support. Ever since then, fans have been pining for a Moto G successor that includes it. Besides that, the phone includes minor improvements when it comes to hardware but keeps the final configuration same.
The internal components of the device like RAM, processor and memory are similar to its predecessor. However, the inclusion of a new battery means a marked increase in the battery life. The phone ships with the latest version of Android Lollipop v5.0, which can be expected from any device releasing right now. Furthermore, you will get faster OS updates compared to other rival smartphone devices. With excellent software support, decent hardware and budget price, the Motorola Moto G2 is surely a formidable device in its range.
The phone has been performing quite impressively in countries where it has been released. We just have to wait and see how well it performs in other nations when released. They are still not active everywhere, even though Motorola fans are asking about its availability along with future plans regarding this device. As always, the company was reluctant about providing much information.