Motorola has come clean about the much-rumoured Moto G, confirming the handset's existence in no uncertain terms by revealing that it'll be officially launched next Wednesday, November 13.
Head over to the dedicated Moto G microsite and you can sign yourself up to be on the receiving end of the “live online announcement”, in whatever form that arrives.
In fact, it's hard to glean much of anything from the Moto G site. The animation that dominates the page is pretty enough, and cycles through six different global locations designed around a visual representation of the Motorola M in some way or other.
Throw in the fact that the November 13 announcement date is presented in multiple languages and it's clear that Motorola is setting the Moto G up as an international release in pretty much all the ways it didn't with the Moto X.
But that's largely confirming what we already knew, so no great surprise there.
As for the specs, there is some dispute between recent claims, but to sum up we're expecting a 4.5in or 4.7in 720p display, quad-core 1.2GHz processor, 5MP or 8MP camera, 8GB/16GB storage options, and a claimed price of just £135 (via Phones4U).