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Moto G 4G has Google Keyboard

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Default Moto G 4G has Google Keyboard

My previous moto g (xt1035) had AOSP keyboard, my current moto g 4g (xt1039) came with Google Keyboard. Didn't see that mentioned anywhere. Also it has Motorola Spotlight (cool animations - requires gyroscope) and Motorola Alert which wasn't available on my previous phone.
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The Spotlight player (along with Motorola Alert) comes with 4.4.3 which the 4G ships with. I believe the same for the Google Keyboard. So regular moto G users will get the same when they get the 4.4.3/4.4.4 update.
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Swiftkey is free now anyway
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Originally Posted by djpailo View Post
Swiftkey is free now anyway
And? That has nothing to do with this thread.
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XT1032 stock ROM comes with aosp keyboard, dual sim version comes with Google keyboard (at least on Asian version)

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Motorola Moto G 4G (XT1039) [peregrine]

Past devices:
3. Moto G 16GB dual SIM (XT1033) [falcon]
Got in the sea with it in my pocket, goodbye

2. Samsung Galaxy S3 mini (GT I8190) - great development, bad battery, awesome phone to have as an XDA member, bad phone to have if you rely on Samsung, never rely on Samsung [golden]
1. LG Optimus One P500 - 4 year old budget device, still has KitKat o.O [thunderg/p500]

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