Moto G Universal LTE model shows itself on Amazon, launch imminent?

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One of the worst issues on Motorola’s budget Moto G is a lack of LTE connectivity. Though it justifies it as a cost-cutting measure, it seems Motorola continues to receive angry communications from customers, and now they have possibly gone so far as to make a model of the Moto G compatible with LTE networks.

By clicking through to the Moto G’s Amazon listing, and then “__ new from $__,” you will see a page showing “Universal LTE” variants in both black and white color variations. Both Amazon links are dead at the time of writing, though the links are still present.

“Universal LTE” makes us think this possible variant will feature support for a variety of LTE bands, including AT&T and T-Mobile’s, here in the United States.

Though nothing has been confirmed regarding the Moto G, we may see an official announcement at Motorola’s London event tomorrow in London, though we only expect to see the Moto E (a lower-cost sibling to the G) unveiled at the event.

Source: Moto G on Amazon
Via: Phandroid

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