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Motorola's best budget smartphone just got even better

Matt Brian, @m4tt
03.11.15
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It's no surprise that the Moto G is the bestselling smartphone in Motorola's history -- it's always had solid specs and featured a class-leading display. Perhaps the only complaint is that the first- and second-generation handsets haven't launched with 4G support. That isn't to say Motorola isn't including it; it's just that it takes a while to get there. Now, finally, the company has decided to make the best budget phone you can buy even faster.

The Moto G with 4G comes unlocked and you can pick one up direct from Motorola's website right now for £159. That's just 10 pounds more than its 3G counterpart. It'll also be available to buy from Tesco, Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, Argos, Sainsbury's and Asda from March 16th. Although the second-generation Moto G is available to buy on Motorola's US site for $180, there's no LTE support for now, meaning you'll have to wait a little while longer to get it direct.

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