Moto E 2nd Gen won't be getting this huge of a SoC jump, more likely to SD210 or 208 instead. So yeah like the rest have pointed out methinks that this is gonna be Moto G 2nd Gen w/ LTE as well... if this turns out to be true anyways.
i believe its going to be moto g2 4g...
Awesome. Hope Lenovo won't change pricing strategy.
I guess, it will surely a Moto E (2nd Gen.)
Same with others who've already posted. I'm guessing it's the Moto G LTE 2nd Gen as well which if it is just vaulted itself to my top 3 value buy for sure.
Surely moto E 2 pls include flash and front camera :)
This is Moto F
Snapdragon 410 beat the Snapdragon 400 in benchmark department. Which means that if it's the Moto E second generation, it's impressive with 1Gb ram. At this point the 64 bit still not a big deal but with Lollipop which supports 64 bit and later with enough 64 bit's applications developed and available in the Play store it will be something amazing.
Still the phone have some potential with the Snapdragon 410 and 1Gb ram but let see how much it will cost.
I hope it will be a small phone with a good 8 MP camera with flash.
It's going to be priced higher than 6999 for sure. However will still be in "Emerging Market" range. They can't allow themselves to be de-throned as the emerging market brand.
obviously the new moto g 4g
I think it will be the next version of Moto g 2nd gen... It will be Moto g 2nd gen+..bcoz it's specification seen in news is upgraded hardware
My guess is this could possibly be the Moto G (2nd Gen.) LTE Edition.
Moto G Maxx / Turbo
Motorola should release something in upper midrange with snapdragon 615 and unique styles, similar to desire 820
Dont need a crystal ball to know that this is a bigger and thinner Moto E, thats the only innovation done in 2014, and it applies to all manufacturers.
Probably it's moto g 2nd generation LTE! Moto e featuring a better chipset than moto g, it doesn't make any sense!
Many people will hope that the new Moto G will have a successor with 4G capability. It surprised many to learn that the new device didn't sport 4G. The new Moto Maxx is of course Motorola's jewel.