Motorola is going to keep milking the successful Moto G budget Android smartphone (pictured above), with another two models in the pipeline according to rumours – though whether these will reach UK shores is unknown, if they do eventually emerge.
The source for this one is the Mexican website Xataka (via Phone Arena), which claims that the Moto G LTE and Moto G Ferrari are the models in question.
The Moto G LTE is, unsurprisingly, a version of the handset which adds 4G LTE support for faster mobile surfing – and supposedly it will come in a 16GB version only, likely with a slightly less wallet-friendly price tag than the original Moto G. Otherwise, the spec will apparently be the same (a 4.5in display with a 1,280 x 720 resolution, powered by a Snapdragon 400 running at 1.2GHz).
As for the new Ferrari variant of the handset, little is known about that at the moment, save for its alleged existence – and the fact that it's likely to come in sporty red and black.
Another phone apparently coming to Latin America is the Moto E, but whether these handsets will make it to UK shores – if they are indeed realised – isn't certain, as we've already mentioned.
It's likely that Motorola will want to capitalise on the success of the Moto G in the UK, though, one way or another – as it has upped Motorola's smartphone market share massively in this country.