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By aristide1997, Member on 24th August 2014, 12:01 PM
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Hello guys!

I've been looking for a new phone and i've found a near perfect one, the moto g. What's been troubling me is the fact that I can't decide between the normal 16GB version and the LTE 8GB version with expandible storage.



Price is only 10 bucks difference, and I was going to buy the LTE until I read that it has some problems with some sd cards, and i was wondering if i could get a replacement if my sd card doesn't work with this phone.

Or should I directly just buy the regular one with 16gb, even because it has more ROM support?

Does the LTE variant now have some ROM rupport?

24th August 2014, 12:17 PM |#2  
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Expandable rom is always a added bonus . Go for it as it is newer than the standard g . Even the newer but cheaper moto g sans front camera has expandable storage . I have the moto e too it accepts all sd cards , not faced a problem until now . Hope i helped .
25th August 2014, 06:13 PM |#3  
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Yeah i know but i wasnt sure wether to buy the 4G version because if it doesn't work I only have 8GBs and wasted money!
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Haven't had a problem with my Sandisk ultra 32gb card on the xt1045. Worst that could happen is you'll need to try another card. The 4.4.4 update is out now, which also might help.

Another nice thing is the lte model also has a gyroscope, for photospheres

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