Although almost similar to its 3G-only counterpart, the new Moto G LTE (2014) boasts a few pretty interesting hardware differences in its specs sheet. The most notable one is, naturally, the on-board LTE connectivity. The second noteworthy specs sheet difference is the bigger battery - the LTE-enabled Moto G (2014) comes with a 2,390mAh battery (as a refresher, the 3G-only version has a "merely" 2,070mAh one). The larger battery at the back has not resulted in an increased waistline, mind you - the phone is still 11mm thick, but it's slightly heavier (155gr vs 149gr). Unlike the 3G-only Moto G (2014), the LTE-compliant one comes in a dual-SIM version only; it's also only available with 16GB of native storage. In conclusion, the device comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop out of the box.