Motorola has made the second generation of the Moto G available with a 4G connection, making it even more appealing. The jump from 3G to 4G has suprisingly only bumped the cost of the phone £10, from £149.00 to £159.00 now which is a complete steal.
The device will still feature a 5-inch 720P display, along with 8GB of storage, but in addition to bumping the connection on the device Motorola has packed in a bigger battery. The 4G model will have a 15% larger battery coming in at 2390 mAh battery, while the 3G model previously contained a 2070 mAh battery. If you are looking for a budget phone that is still powered by some great specs you will definitely want to check this one out.
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