Alongside the new super-cheap Moto E, Motorola today announced a new version of the Moto G, the low-cost handset it says is its best-selling smartphone ever. The first change is obvious — the Moto G has grown 4G LTE support, a big, important change that makes the handset more competitive in the face of lower-cost 4G competition.
But equally important is the addition of expandable storage via a new microSD slot, giving users an alternative to the less than roomy 8GB of internal storage previously available. While Android 4.4 KitKat limits the way you can use your SD card, it's still a great way to store photos and music.
Besides these two changes, we're looking at the same Moto G we've known since November, with a quad-core Snapdragon 400 CPU, 1GB of RAM and near-stock Android 4.4 KitKat, topped with Motorola software features.
The Moto G 4G will sell in the UK for £149, a small markup on the cheaper 3G-capable original. Check out our gallery for a few more photos.