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    Default Motorola FCC ID IHDT56PG1 (Rumored Moto G with LTE)

    Let the speculation begin -

    https://apps.fcc.gov/oetcf/eas/repor...c_id=IHDT56PG1

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    850, 1700 and 1900MHz

    LTE -
    Bands 2,4,5, and 17

    Bands look like AT&T and T-Mobile LTE support.

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    Default Wonder if there is any truth to this rumor??

    "AT&T may carry an LTE capable Moto G"

    AT&T may carry an LTE capable Moto G - GSMArena.com news

    Would be nice if close to the current price..
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    SWEET! Agree keep it around the current price and it's a winner

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    Default Re: Motorola FCC ID IHDT56PG1 (Rumored Moto G with LTE)

    I might be interested but it got to have a camera upgrade.

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    The camera isn't a that much of a deal for me. The current Moto G camera does what i need it too, although nowt wrong with more pixels. :-)

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    Default Re: Motorola FCC ID IHDT56PG1 (Rumored Moto G with LTE)

    Quote Originally Posted by someguy01234 View Post
    I might be interested but it got to have a camera upgrade.

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    At the price though, what are you comparing the camera to?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ry View Post
    At the price though, what are you comparing the camera to?
    Well I paid $199 for the Nexus 4, although I know that's a subsidized price. But since tech has moved on maybe they could have provided a better sensor without giving up much profit, or charge $224 for it instead. May be true they don't want the camera to compete with the Moto X. I think a decent 8mp like a Nexus 4 would give the Moto G more status as it already has as the best of the budget phone.

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