The Moto G is already one of our favourite phones, thanks to its decent set of specs and extremely affordable price.
Motorola has given it a spit and polish for 2014, by adding 4G LTE and expandable storage.
It'll be hitting stores "globally" in late May (Moto wasn't able to confirm exactly which countries at the time of writing), although the UK will have to wait until 30 June.
It's had a small price rise, though, up to £149 in the UK and $219 in the US, unlocked and with 8GB of storage. Prices for other regions weren't available at the time of writing, but the US price converts to about AU$230.
The other issue was no expandable storage -- again, taken care of with the addition of a microSD card slot. You'll get 8GB of storage on board, but you'll blow through that pretty quickly once you start installing apps, so make sure to grab a 32GB card for all your media.
Motorola has done very little to the Android interface. In fact, it's almost stock Android, meaning it's not only easy for existing 'Droiders to get to grips with, but it's easier for Motorola to add updates.