For a while we have debated what the Moto G could be, some say it is a smartwatch or perhaps the Moto X tablet. The vast amount of rumors point to the cheaper international smartphone, set to be one of the cheapest devices available.
The Moto G is set to come with a quad-core processor, 2GB of RAM, 8/16/32GB of internal storage, different back colors and the same 720p display. This may be the perfect phone to show off Android KitKat 4.4 capabilities on a cheaper and less powerful device.
Price wise, the Moto G is expected to come for £135 ($210) and be available across Asia, Europe, North America, South America and even Africa. Motorola will not be manufacturing this in the US, making it cheaper for them to assemble and ship worldwide.
We will be impressed if Motorola offers the smartphone out for that cheap, we remember the vast amount of rumors pointing at the Moto X $350 off contract price, only to be disappointed when the official announcement priced the Moto X at $199 on contract.
Motorola may have an event planned for November 13 but if it is a non-flagship device we may just see it get released on the store and by various carriers around the world. It does seem a little weird that Motorola would make a budget end smartphone right after the Nexus 5 releases, but for $140 less we can see the value.