Motorola has confirmed that the Moto G will be officially unveiled on November 13th. As we previously reported, the internal codename for the Moto G is the Moto DVX. It will be a low to mid-range device at a very cheap price-point. It's basically designed to be the budget-friendly version of the Moto X, and should retail between $200-250.

This means that if it shows up in the United States, it will likely be free on contract. Here's a refresher of the rumored specs,
  • Display likely 4.5 or 4.7 inches
  • 8MP or 5MP rear camera with LED flash
  • Quad-core Qualcomm processor (possibly an older generation, or a Snapdragon 200)
  • 8GB or 16GB
  • 1,950 mAh battery
  • Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

Although these are obviously lower-end specs compared to the current "cream of the crop," if it does show up as free on contract or $200 off contract, that's still a pretty remarkable deal if you compare it to last year's high end models (or even early this year). We'll bring you details on the launch later on next week.

Here's a Motorola sign-up page for more info on the device: