Launched in 2013 as a budget option for smartphone buyers looking for affordable devices, the Moto G became a quick hit in various markets, especially emerging ones. The company released a second-generation Moto G model last year, and it looks like Motorola might be preparing a third-gen device for a 2015 launch. According to a new report, the new Moto G might be a lot more exciting than you think.

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While Motorola is yet to officially announce it, the smartphone has apparently been sighted on, although the temporary product page isn’t available anymore, as Tutto Android reports – a Google cache version still exists though, and you can check it out at this link.

According to it, the third generation Moto G has model number AP3460AD1K8 and comes in an 8GB version.

While the page doesn’t offer other specs for the device, online publication GadgetRaid quotes some rather high-end specs for the Moto G, as spotted in previous reports. The device might feature some impressive specs for a budget smartphone, including a 5-inch or 5.2-inch display with Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080), 1.7GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 610 chip, 2GB of RAM and 4G LTE support. However, there’s no further proof to back up these hardware details at this time.

A screenshot showing’s Moto G (2015) listing follows below.

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