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Motorola’s leaky website reveals completely new Android smartphones

Moto G Cinema Release Date

Whether intentionally or by accident, Motorola has been rather careless with its website for a few days now, confirming many details about its upcoming Android devices on its official site. After listing the name and the price of the Moto X+1 flagship smartphone, Motorola has now apparently mentioned on its site a completely new Moto G Cinema handset that could also be released soon. Similarly, a Moto 4G Global and a Moto 3G have also been spotted. These signs seem to suggest the company is getting ready to soon sell many new Android phones.

@evleaks scored a screenshot of Motorola’s website that mentions the product, although an actual image of the new handset, or details about it are not available at this time – somehow Motorola managed not to leak those. The price of the handset is not known yet either, although it’ll likely be a rather affordable device, considering that’ it’s included in the Moto G family.

The “Cinema” portion of the name seems to indicate the phone would offer a better cinematic experience to users that enjoy watching videos on smartphones, although it’s not clear whether the phone would have a bigger display in order to achieve that. Motorola has been rumored to work on its own phablet, although the company has focused on smartphones that can be easily operated with one hand, at least while under Google. has discovered a Moto 4G Global page, which lists the price for the device at $189 and a Moto 3G 4GB that could cost up to $199. It’s unclear whether these are also Moto G versions.

The company may soon unveil more details about these devices, as it has scheduled a May 13 event in London where it’s likely to announce the various devices that have been detailed in several recent reports, including the Moto X+1 high-end handsets, but also the cheaper Moto G Cinema, the Moto 4G and 3G, and Moto E.

The screenshots showing the Moto G Cinema and Moto 4G Global mentions follow below.


Chris Smith has been covering consumer electronics ever since the iPhone revolutionized the industry in 2008. When he’s not writing about the most recent tech news for BGR, he closely follows the events in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and other blockbuster franchises. Outside of work, you’ll catch him streaming almost every new movie and TV show release as soon as it's available.