When Motorola first trademarked the Moto G name, everyone thought that it would be the company's first smartwatch based off of Motorola's Gem prototype. Unfortunately rumors have surfaced that the Moto G is actually a cheaper, and slightly less performing version of the company's flagship smartphone the Moto X.
Today Motorola launched a new teaser site that does very little to clue us in on what exactly the Moto G is, but there are pretty animation of what appears to be a Motorola connected world. If the rumors do turn out to be true, then the Moto G will feature a 4.5-inch screen, a Qualcomm processor clocked at 1.2GHz, and 8GB of onboard memory. Android 4.4 "KitKat" will be present and the phone will showcase the power of 4.4 on less powerful devices. As for pricing, with the Moto X recently being dropped to $100, we should expect to see the G retail on contract for between $59 and $79.