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Motorola May Have a Super Thin, Cheaper Moto G Up Their Sleeves

Lets gather around the rumour mill boys and girls because it’s Motorola Story Time! Today’s tales feature an even cheaper and even thinner Motorola device in the works that has received approval by Brazilian authorities. Some believe it’s a much cheaper, lower spec’d Moto G.

The latest flour from the Motorola rumour mill suggests that Motorola are working on a lower spec and even cheaper Moto G which is also super thin. According to Technoblog, the source of the rumour, Motorola are working on an ultra thin device which measures at 6.2mm thick which has pretty low specifications too, oh and there’s three versions.

More details have been revealed though some of them are pretty murky. The device is said to have a 4.3inch display with a currently unknown resolution, an unknown a 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 1GB RAM, 4GB of internal storage, and a 5MP camera. This alleged handset will have three versions: XT1021 (single SIM), XT1022 (dual SIM), and XT1025 (dual SIM, plus digital TV) and has received approval from Brazilian authorities.

Because of the Brazilian approval the device is expected in that country at some point next month. We have no idea what the name of the devices are and how much they’ll cost, so stay tuned for that information.

The current Motorola Moto G is the companies best selling smartphone ever, it’s low price and fairly decent specifications meant that it was accessible by almost everyone and offered a pretty awesome handset to boot. Motorola also have a Moto X refresh in the works possibly called the Moto X+1 which is set to come with a leather clad back.