Motorola has confirmed plans for a 4G version of the second-generation Moto G, in keeping with its marketing model for last year's model.
The original first-gen Moto G was available in 3G and 4G options. The 4G edition also improved on the 3G version by offering expandable storage by microSD.
Those two handsets were then superseded late last year by a second-gen Moto G phone with better specs but 3G support only.
And the good news for fans of affordable but pretty impressively specc'd Android phones is that a 4G edition of the second-gen Moto G is on the way soon.
Asked if a 4G version of the Moto G (2014) model is coming this year, Magnus Ahlqvist, Corporate Vice President of EMEA & APAC at Motorola, said: "Yes. It is coming to Europe, so stay tuned for details on that one.
News of Motorola's release schedule comes after news of a 4G version of the entry level Moto E, which is now available.
No more details were available on the exact arrival dates, but last year's model was available in June. So perhaps Motorola will match those timelines.
We also asked could the Moto Maker online custom design tool be used for Moto E and Moto G phones in the future. Right now, it's solely for the
"It’s a really good question; I can’t comment on those specifically.
"What you see in the new E though, for example, is that we are bringing some of the higher end features [from the Moto X] into that category as well."
Those are the removable trims around the device, which are available in the Moto Maker as options.
Although we might not see all the features of that tool in the E or G, perhaps some might make it over to cheaper phones somewhere down the line.