The message we’re getting from US manufacturer Motorola is that it’s very much focused on its home territory for now, with the Moto X flagship refusing to make the transatlantic voyage, but we were always promised some form of consolation prize.
As detailed by Martin yesterday, said consolation prize appears to be a little something called the Moto G, and it’s been leaked once again in all its mid-range glory.
We’re thanking GSMArena here, which relays a Moto G promo card, purportedly pertaining to retailer Phones4u.
The accompanying Moto G specs are arguably less exciting than those mentioned yesterday, with the rear camera being just 5MP (not 8MP), while there’s no mention of the 16GB model in this particular leak (8GB only).
Other proposed Moto G specs include a 4.5in 720p display (we were told 4.7in previously), a “super fast” quad-core Qualcomm processor, 1.3MP front camera, and water repellant coating.
Somewhat disappointingly, the Moto G will seemingly ship with Jelly Bean Android 4.3, which is now officially one version behind Google’s latest and greatest i.e. KitKat Android 4.4.
There’s no mention of the Moto G battery here, but yesterday’s piece promised a 1,950mAh juice unit.
Finally, Moto G price is claimed to be £134.95 off contract. The Christmas trees on the promo material suggest the Moto G will launch any time now.