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No issues with 3G, but chances of a 4G Moto G in the near future?

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Technically isn't that what the Moto X is for? To me, it doesn't make sense to have a 4G/LTE Moto G when X has 4G/LTE. Plus since the Moto G is mostly for people who want prepaid (at least in the US) and don't want to pay hundreds of $$$, wouldn't that make the price go up?

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Moto X / Moto G while not identical they sure rhyme.
Like the idea of a quad core clocked low enough so it doesn't throttle.
yet there to help with any processor bottleneck.
Lighter in ram and pixels it has that nice hand feel.
The G is a touch larger but not terribly so.
If it had LTE wouldn't have bought the X.
Which would have been my loss.
 

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My friend got the G. It looks like the X. Feels like the X, interface is similar to the X. But the X active display and touchless control make enough of a difference if both devices had LTE.

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Technically isn't that what the Moto X is for? To me, it doesn't make sense to have a 4G/LTE Moto G when X has 4G/LTE. Plus since the Moto G is mostly for people who want prepaid (at least in the US) and don't want to pay hundreds of $$$, wouldn't that make the price go up?

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An off contract Moto X costs $400. An off contract Moto G LTE would likely cost about $250. That is reason enough for it to exist.
 

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