Moto G spotted on FCC, coming to T-Mobile soon

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We are all aware of the fact that Moto G is officially confirmed for the U.S. in the first quarter of the next year, but the lack of details regarding the carriers that will release it was pretty disappointing. The situation has changed and now we tend to belive that T-Mobile is one of those carriers which will add it to their offerings, at least if we take in consideration the new FCC filings unveils, just as you can see in this photo.

These filings show us two devices which have almost identical ID numbers, so we can consider that they are nothing else than different variations of the same Moto G. Its attached model numbers are XT1032, XT1033, XT1034, XT1035, as well as XT1036 and although we have no actual details regarding the Moto G brand name, we can say for sure that the UK version of the handset has the XT1032 model number.

Moto G spotted on Fcc, coming to T-Mobile soon

Moto G spotted on Fcc, coming to T-Mobile soon

So,  Motorola is probably testing a T-Mobile compatible Moto G, having the XT1034 or the XT1036 model, but we are still waiting for more details on this subject. At this point there is actual no guarantee of a specific T-Mobile US release, but we can tell you for sure that there is for sure an early next year version prepared for the U.S. And this one is almost as the Moto G already selling on Brazil and some parts of Europe at the moment.

The power is provided by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor paired with 1GB of RAM, but we must admit that its most appreciated feature remains the 4.5-inch display having a 329 PPI resolution. The company also claims around 14 hours of talk time per charge on 3G networks not to mention that it will be updated to Android 4.4 OS by January next year.

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