Alleged Leak From Motorola Could Suggest New Device Called Moto G Cinema

Last night we saw some references to the Moto X+1 pop up again, as we reported that it had surfaced on the Moto maker website to tease us of the possibly upcoming follow up to the Moto X from last year. While there is still much debate about certain aspects of the device like what the internals might be, it's looking more and more likely that it could very well indeed be the Moto X successor. The Moto X+1(if it is the next device from Motorola)may not be alone though as evleaks has just leaked a new image that points to a possible follow up to the Moto G as well, which was Motorola's answer to the entry level device market that delivered a decent phone with decent specs at under $200. This new images posted by eveleaks points to something called the Moto G Cinema, which quite honestly sounds a lot like it could be an app related to movie making with the Moto G, but that is merely grasping at straws as I'm just throwing out an idea, and since the image leak seems to have come from Motorola on their device support page it's probably more device related.

It's very possible that this could be a new version of the Moto G from Motorola coming later on in the year that has more of a camera or video oriented focus,(also just speculating)which would presumably be a third phone to come from Motorola this year if that ends up being the case. Motorola is already said to be releasing the Moto X+1, and there has been talk of a new even lower cost device than the Moto G in the works called the Moto E, so we have to wonder where the Moto G Cinema would fit into all of this. Would it be a direct replacement with some updated hardware and features to the Moto G? Right now there is nothing to go off of other than a name, so anything we throw out will just be rumors.

Evleaks is always good for some leaked information that isn't yet available to the general public, so either evleaks or Motorola will probably have some more to say about "Moto G Cinema" in the future. The question is how far in the future will that information come up? What do you possibly think this could be?

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