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  1. alfick3

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    So I've been browsing the XDA Moto G forums lately (they are more active right now) and have noticed 3 different model numbers ; xt1032, xt1033, & xt1034. What is the difference between the models? I assume U.S. and global? Maybe by country or region? Any one know?
     

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    I've seen those numbers someplace but now I can't find it. It may have been on the box, but I'm currently at work until 7am!

    I'm not sure what they mean other then model numbers.
     
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    You might check the build number or about the phone. I believe the U.S. (don't know if 8 or 16 Gig) is 1034. I've seen that folks from England, Germany and France all have 1032.
     
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    It's not listed under any of those.
     
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    I took a picture and uploaded to Blipfoto. It show the phone model type that was used.

    Mine is an XT1034. I guess that is where I remembered seeing it!

    Saptech on Blipfoto :: Snow Storm :: 14 December 2013


    Also I've been tripping. I can use the old phone with the Hotspot feature. I'm at work now and using it. But I still haven't gotten the update to KitKat yet.
     

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