Motorola Moto G leaks in colourful detail ahead of November 13 launch

Motorola Moto G leaks in colourful detail ahead of November 13 launchAn official press pic of the upcoming Motorola Moto G has leaked ahead of its unveiling at an event in London next week.

The image, like the lower-quality snap that emerged a week ago, comes to us via @evleaks, and instead of the black and white of last week shows the Moto G dressed up in blue, turquoise and pink.

That suggests the Moto G will be closer to the multi-hued Moto X than we originally thought, even if you won't be able to customise its appearance to quite the same degree as with its US-only big brother.

What we do know – or at least believe thanks to some official-looking marketing material – is that the Moto G will boast a 4.5in 720p display with a pixel density of 329ppi, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 8GB of storage and 5MP/1.3MP cameras, while rumours suggest an impressively low £135 price tag.

It's worth mentioning that those specs differ from what @evleaks claimed in leaking the first image a week ago, and his own take on things (which included a 1.5GHz S4 Pro processor, 4.7in display and 8MP camera) would make that £135 price tag nigh on impossible.

What is pretty much certain is that it'll launch with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, with an upgrade to KitKat hopefully not taking very long to emerge given Google's ownership of Motorola.

We should be heading along to the Motorola event next week so we'll keep you posted.

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dognoiz  Nov. 8, 2013 at 14:50

There are several things you can guarantee with a Motorola , it will be overpriced on launch underspecified and unsupported for long, shame cos they make good phones but i am like many a Motorola owner ..once bitten ...

sanddancerdave  Nov. 8, 2013 at 15:04

looks like decent spec if it's only £135, apart from the memory, it mentions 8gb, but no mention of whether there's a micro sd slot


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