May 08 AT 6:05 PM Alex Wagner 5 Comments

‘Moto G Cinema’ name appears on Motorola’s support site


Last night, the ‘Moto X+1’ name appeared on Motorola’s site once again, teasing what is likely the follow-up to the Moto X. Now it looks like Motorola’s site may be hinting at another upcoming product, this one being related to the Moto G.

A new image posted by @evleaks includes a reference to something called the “Moto G Cinema.” The shot appears to have come from Motorola’s support website. Unfortunately, that’s all that we know about the Moto G Cinema at this time.

Motorola is rumored to be cooking up new handsets known as the Moto X+1 and Moto E, which are said to be a Moto X successor and a low-cost phone that’s even cheaper than the Moto G, respectively. Considering all of that, it wouldn’t be a surprise to learn that Motorola’s prepping a new Moto G variant as well. While the name “Moto G Cinema” could be a hint at a device with a large, cinematic screen, for now the true identity of this product is up in the air.

What do you think that the Moto G Cinema might be?

Source: @evleaks

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  • alvinsmith

    Quando tengo il mio telefono Cubot x6 in mezzo alla folla, mi sento sempre un senso di orgoglio

  • noob

    Smart money is on the following:
    Moto E: Rebranding of current MotoG

    Moto G Cinema: Basically a MotoG with a camera that doesn’t stink, a slight apeed bump (up), and potentially qi charging.

    Moto X+1: Flagship device, expect a promo for it along with a Moto 360.

    • Liam

      The Moto E is an addition to Motorola’s Moto series and will feature lower end specifications and come in at a lower price so not technically a re-brand but a replacement of Motorola’s budget is phone. Also the Moto G cinema is most likely going to be similar to what was described in the article, I wouldn’t say a much better camera would be added. My standpoint comes froma Moto G being my daily driver. :)

  • Ajit D

    Please talk about Moto G LTE now (2300 Mhz)