Moto G 4G LTE debuts in Malaysia

Moto G LTE

Moto G LTE

The Moto G was a runaway success for Motorola, in fact it’s become the best selling smartphone in Motorola’s history. It had everything you’d want in an affordable package. In Malaysia earlier in the year when it made its debut, it impressed media folk and consumers alike. Now, Motorola is bringing a 4G LTE-enabled version of the Moto G, at an astonishing sub-RM800 price.

The Moto G is certainly one of the surprises of 2014, and now with LTE, should continue to be a best-seller for Motorola. The stakes are high in the mid-range, value market, but the Moto G LTE looks like its priced to kill along with its impressive specs.

Moto G LTEFeatures at a glance:

Brilliant 4.5-inch HD display – the sharpest in its class, edge-to-edge
Quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor
1GB RAM, 8GB storage
Android 4.4 KitKat
All-day battery life
Stylish design with a comfortable curved back
MicroSD slot for up to 32GB of expandable memory

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Pricing and availability

The Moto G with 4G LTE is available in black and white, through retail stores across Malaysia from 11 July 2014. The recommended retail price is RM799. The Flip Shells for Moto G will cost RM128 while the color Shells for Moto G will be priced at RM68.

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