Ahead of Moto E Launch, Moto G LTE Spotted on Amazon

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Ahead of Moto E Launch, Moto G LTE Spotted on Amazon
Motorola is all set to launch its next smartphone, in all probability the much-anticipated Moto E, at simultaneous launch events in Delhi and London on Tuesday.

However, it seems like we are going to keep seeing new tips and leaks regarding Motorola right up until the last minute. Engadget has spotted the yet-to-be-announced Moto G LTE variant listed on Amazon. As per the Amazon listing, Moto G's two new variants are: Moto G Black Universal LTE and Moto G White Universal LTE.

According to the Amazon listing page, both the new Moto G LTE variants are priced at $220 (roughly Rs. 13,200), which is $20 more than the 16GB 3G model's $200 (Rs. 12,000) price tag.

The latest leak, in-line with an earlier report, suggests that the company has been working on an LTE-enabled variant of the affordable Moto G, which does not support LTE.

In addition, the former Google owned company has posted a teaser image on Twitter and said, "Only hours left now. Are you ready? #GoodbyeFlipPhone #May13." The 'Good Bye Flip Phone' hashtag included in the post does not indicate anything new.

Meanwhile, Motorola's latest Moto smartphone will be again exclusively available via Flipkart much like Moto G and Moto X, as the company has already teased the arrival of a new smartphone from Motorola. Immediate availability is expected in India, as well as Brazil.

Earlier leaks have tipped that the Moto E will come with a 4.3-inch display; 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor; 1GB of RAM; 1980mAh battery, and a 5-megapixel rear camera, while there is no front camera or rear flash. It is likely to come with 4GB of inbuilt storage (in-line with previous leaks), which will be expandable up to 32GB via microSD card. If this turns out to be true, the Moto E will fix the biggest complain of Moto G - limited storage.

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