The device is listed as the Moto G, but has the model number XT1068, which has previously leaked as being the Moto G 2. So Motorola could still call the new handset the Moto G, as it did with the latest Moto G, which added 4G and a SIM card slot.
The successor to the Moto X is also thought to keep the name 'Moto X', so this could be a new naming convention by Motorola.
The Zauba database lists the new Moto G's price as Rs. 10,600, which is about £105. That's cheaper than the previous Moto G SIM free.
Only a 16GB version is mentioned, so there might be no 8GB model. It's listed as coming in black and white.
So what else can we expect from a new Moto G? It's said to be bigger than its predecessor, with a 5-inch screen that has a 720p resolution. Inside, it's said to have a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chip, and on the back, an 8-megapixel camera. It's also thought to have dual SIM functionality, though probably not here in the UK.