A bit over a year ago, the first iteration of the Moto G hit the market and we reviewed it. We found that the device was a good performer for the money and if you want to know more about the original device check out our review of the Moto G. A new generation of the Moto G has turned up in Brazil packing some nice upgrades to the original.
The device is on the Brazilian Motorola site along with specs and the main changes are a larger battery and support for LTE connectivity. The new device has a 2390 mAh internal battery compared to the 2070 mAh battery of the original.
The updated device runs Android 4.4.4 KitKat out of the box and has 1GB of RAM. The LTE version has 16GB of storage and features a 5-inch 720p display. The rear camera is an 8MP unit with a 2MP front camera. It supports WiFi and Bluetooth.
The processor is a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 operating at 1.2 GHz. Storage expansion is supported via a MicroSD card. We don’t know how much the device will cost just yet. The ordering function on the Brazilian site isn’t live at this time.
SOURCE: Android Police