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Next cheapest, similar T-Mobile Android phone that I know of was the $150 one on the HSN website. Prism II is good with video playback (most codecs with no stutter, once you get the VPlayer app), MP3 playback, FM Radio, Candy Crush, texting & having thousands of useful, free Android apps.
If there's a simple way to unlock this phone and use it with T-Mobile's prepaid plan, PLEASE LET ME KNOW. Another difference compared to the Prism II, this phone has a front-facing VGA camera - necessary for video chat. Motorola hasn't officially announced a 2nd generation Moto E, but the company has every reason to make one. The Best Buy listing doesn't show shipping as an option, and in-store pickup returns no stores with stock. Because they use the stock dialer, unlike the camera and gallery apps, which are "Motorola Camera" and "Motorola Gallery." The dialer is all Google. Edit: Not to be confused with "Google Dialer" which is the one with Google Now built in and only available on Nexus devices. I have no problem with them using AOSP apps (and therefore icons); that is to be expected really, given it's stock Android. Anyway, while you're crying for LTE I'm sure another 30 persons in all the world are buying the G 2 in this moment, so there you have another why. What I wish - Moto E (snapdragon 410), Moto G (610,615 or 620) and Moto X (best chip near-end of 2015, snapdragon 815 and 820 are coming)! Why would you want an SoC like a 815 or 820 in a smartphone that historically has a tiny battery? I dont care how cheap a phone is a Smartphone should Never be sold with internal storage less then 16gb & all mid to high end phones need 32gb minimum.
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The difference is you can search local businesses on the Nexus 5 within the dialer IE: "Pizza Hut" and it will pull up a number, whereas on the Moto G it will only hold your contacts. Although Motorola isn't doing such a great job updating their phones overall, this year anyway. Like I said above, the Dialer and Messenger app are both stock Android apps, so it isn't Moto's responsibility to update their image unless they want to recreate the apps as their own (like the Moto Camer and Gallery)- which would actually be intriguing but I'd rather see them just drop the old Messenger and integrate the new Google Messenger since anyone can download it.
Yes, Best Buy leaks (leaks in general) are not always exactly accurate, but in this case I think it's better to assume that the base model won't have LTE. Motorola did exactly the same with the Moto G 1, so it was obvious that the Moto G 2 wouldn't come with 4G right away. The point is the Moto E 2 is launching with LTE, so why didn't the Moto G 2 launch with LTE if the Moto G is a higher end phone. The Moto G wasn't popular for having LTE, it was popular because was cheap, and that's why is the best f*cking selling phone in all history of Motorola.
Instead of a bigger display and AC WiFi (which most people don't have, especially in developing countries), they could have included LTE.
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So, I think you're missing the point about these two Moto: The G is pretty decent specs for little money, if you add LTE, the price would be too high to keep this.
Motorola was definitely capable of launching the Moto G 2 with LTE right out of the gate and if it had done so, the Moto G 2 would have been more popular.

Actually, you're special, because you belong to a low percent of people who are complaining about this, and Motorola can't hear you over all the money they're making without an idiotic LTE. Again, if they were able to launch the Moto E 2 with LTE, they could have at least matched it with the Moto G 2, which costs more.
Includes unlimited data, unlimited talk time, unlimited text messaging and unlimited 411 directory assistance calls. I was just saying the Moto X 2013 is the only one that hasn't received lollipop for any version of it. I don't understand how you think you weren't speculating in your comment, but you are right that you were generalizing that all 2014 X's have been updated.
This is still way more speedy than nearly any other OEM except for a flagship or two, and I'd rather them be the company that pushes low-bug updates relatively quickly than the company that pushes out all updates as fast as possible without any quality control.
Didn't realize we were getting into the nitty gritty of it, I was just saying people are being all sorts of upset and saying Motorola is taking forever when in reality it hasn't been that long relative to other OEM's. It's just pretty disingenuous to imply that all of them have been with a blanket statement like that. I wasn't comparing them to their last year, but remember last year they had fewer devices to update. The reason people expect it to take less time from Motorola is that the phones all run very-near stock Android, and they updated insanely fast last year. They are very, very past the actually relatively quick update window that they achieved a year ago. When you consider all the different variations of eaches flagship though, I really feel like Motorola, Samsung, HTC, and LG have all done about equally this year. With how close to stock the software is, and way, way fewer devices to update than the other three companies, I just feel like Motorola should definitely be ahead of the pack.
I really didn't mean to get into the nitty gritty, I'm sorry, I just very much disagreed with your generalization, I suppose.

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