After the Forte variant, Motorola is working on two additional versions of its wildly popular Moto G smartphone. According to Mexican website Xataka, the company may loon launch an LTE-enabled version Moto G LTE and Moto G Ferrari, which will borrow some design language from the famous car maker.
In addition to Mexico, the LTE variant may also be introduced in countries all across the continent, the U.S. and some other places; we’re not really sure. We do think that aside from the built-in LTE radio, this will remain the same device under the hood, boasting a 4.5-inch 720p HD screen, 1GB of RAM and Snapdragon 400 quad-core chip clocked at 1.2Ghz. 16GB of internal storage will come as standard in the LTE model.
As for the Moto G Ferrari, we would be surprised if this unit doesn’t come in red. Other than that, it could come preloaded with special Ferrari-branded wallpapers and perhaps some other content.
It’s unclear when these two will be officially announced.
Another Motorola phone currently in the making is the Moto E. It too may initially hit Latin America with other regions getting it afterwards.