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Moto G vs Moto G LTE

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By anonxlg, Senior Member on 4th July 2014, 09:38 PM
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7th July 2014, 12:42 AM |#11  
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Quick question: fido says

Network and Wireless connection
LTE : AWS/2600/900/700 MHz
HSPA Bands: 850/1700/1900/2100 MHz
GSM Bands: 850/900/1800/1900 MHz
Download/Upload Speeds: HSDPA 42.2 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76Mbps
Bluetooth® 4.0
Wi-Fi®: 802.11 b/g/

I'm not sure if you are confirming it, but does this mean it will work with Wind?
The GSM (non lte) version says HSPA 1700 (aws), but the LTE version doesn't say aws beside it. Or is all HSPA 1700.. AWS?

I would go with LTE version, for the same price you get an extra feature, which will be better for resale and options in the future. Miscorsd card slot that can hold 32 gigs. There is no downfall in getting it, even if you don't need the features.
 
 
9th July 2014, 05:53 PM |#12  
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For absolutely no price difference, OFF COUSE get the LTE version... OMG... I'm really surprised there's people saying you should buy regular version... Even if you are not planning to use it now, having such great features for about the same price is definitely the way to go...
9th July 2014, 11:08 PM |#13  
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at the end of the day we're only giving opinions people. it's the buyers choice based on reviews which version he wants to get. no need to tell that you should defiantly buy the LTE version or 3G one. it's the persons choice so don't argue about which one he buys. just post reviews
10th July 2014, 04:41 AM |#14  
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ended up getting the lte version, unlocked it right away, working on wind now after cutting my sim to micro sim
10th July 2014, 06:49 AM |#15  
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ended up getting the lte version, unlocked it right away, working on wind now after cutting my sim to micro sim

that's good .I cut my normal sim card to micro sim myself and now my sim card is jammed into sim port
10th July 2014, 11:37 AM |#16  
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If you're living in a non LTE area, IMHO the only real advantage of Moto G LTE against the G is the gyro sensor. Card slot is a plus but it only comes with 8gb internal memory, that's a big disadvantage of the Moto G LTE. So i don't see it as an upgrade over Moto G. It's just another model for LTE martkets. Development wise Moto G is pretty popular, you can find it officially supported by all android dev teams. The development fate of the Moto G LTE still remain in dark.
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