Momentum continues to grow surrounding Motorola's Moto G, the affordable cousin of the All American Moto X that launched in the US over the Summer.
Thanks to the ever-resourceful @evleaks we have not only a decent picture to mull over, but some specs too, giving us a clearer idea of what we can expect from the second Moto handset to emerge fully under Google's ownership.
There's certainly a family resemblance between the Moto G and the Moto X. As we mentioned the other day, the chief difference is that the speakers have moved to the back. Though we obviously don't know for certain, the fact that the image shows the Moto G in just black and white colour options suggests there won't be the same choice of colours available with the Moto X.
On the spec front, meanwhile, we're told to expect a quad-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor, while the display is said to be a 4.7in 720p effort. The rear camera is quoted at 8MP, while you'll have a choice of 8GB or 16GB of storage (no idea whether you'll be able to add to that) and a 1950mAh battery.
According to @evleaks the Moto G will be sold free on contract in the US, meaning it'll effectively be $100 cheaper than the Moto X currently goes for ($200 down on its launch price).
That'll make it a fairly attractive offering in the low-to-mid-tier Android market in the US – and anywhere else it turns up too probably.
On that front, however, we're still totally in the dark. Will the Motorola Moto G cross the Atlantic to land on local shores? Does Motorola have something different in mind for the international market? Your guess is as good as ours at this point.