Motorola is set to reveal a new line of products later today at a private event in Chicago. Before that event though, Brazilian retailer Lojas Colombo prematurely posted (and quickly pulled) a YouTube video showing off the new Moto G or Moto G2.

From the video, the Moto G2 looks a lot like the original Moto G and the description from the video page was captured – and poorly translated – as follows:

The G2 Moto DTV Colors is the new smartphone from Motorola that came to complete your day to day, with technology, ease and style. With Quad-Core Processor and Android 4.4, you access to thousands of applications with optimal performance. The 8-megapixel camera with LED Flash will record all moments with much more quality. And yet, the Moto G2 offers Digital TV HD on a 5 inch screen. In addition, Motorola has the Assist service, you know when you can not be interrupted, such as during your sleep or a meeting. So, you can schedule actions and exceptions so that it behaves the way you want. The Moto G Second Generation is the best partner for you to get organized and stay connected.

The device shown in the video – model XT1069 – features a digital TV tuner and dual SIMs, so it’s perhaps destined for the Brazilian market. The Moto G2’s screen is 5 inches (up from 4.5 inches on the original Moto G) at 720P – or possibly 1080P. There’s dual front-facing speakers, 16GB storage and a quad-core Snapdragon processor. We’re also expecting the coloured shells to make a return.

This version of the Moto G2 is 3G-only, and runs Android KitKat 4.4. It isn’t clear yet whether there will be a 4G LTE version at launch, or if it will come later down the track as we saw with the recent introduction of the Moto G 4G in Australia. We’ll have to wait for the official launch for more details.

More photos (all small pictures):

Are you interested in the Moto G2? Tell us in the comments!

Source: androidpolice.
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Well, not long now.
See what the specs, prices, timeframes, sellers… all that yummy stuff soon.

The new Sony phones will be out of my pricerange, so lets see what Moto does.

Edwin Crump

But is it 1080p?