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New Motorola Device with AT&T LTE Radios Passes Through FCC - May Be an LTE Moto G

Discussion in 'Android News' started by dgstorm, Feb 17, 2014.

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    It's possible that AT&T users will see a new Moto G with LTE capability. A new Motorola device just passed through the FCC testing which curiously included AT&T LTE radios. The evidence that this is a Moto G is a bit loose, but is still possible. According to the Reddit user who spotted the device at the FCC, the battery in the filing (#SNN5932A) is for a Moto G.

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    There is a slight discrepancy here though. The battery listed in the filling is a 2,000 mAh version, whereas the Moto G comes with a 2,070 mAh juicer. Regardless, if these details get worked out and it really is an LTE equipped Moto G for AT&T, we expect the device to sell like hotcakes. Imagine an LTE equipped Moto device (with solid software, features and hardware) for a price between $100-150 off contract!

    That's a stone cold seriously good deal no matter how you look at it.

    Source: Reddit & FCC
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    yup will be a good device for people on a budget or needing a phone between contracts.
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