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Motorola is about to unveil all of its new products at 1AM Central Time early tomorrow morning, but its next-generation Moto G smartphone appears to have just leaked ahead of the announcement. AndroidPolice points us to the video above that was originally leaked by a Brazilian retailer before being pulled.

A few details from the video’s YouTube description include Android 4.4, a quad-core processor, an 8 megapixel camera with LED flash, and 5-inch display. You can also see dual front-facing speakers advertised in the video, as are features probably only present on some international variants like digital TV features and dual SIMs. The video also only shows a 3G variant of the device, but we’ll have to wait and see if an LTE model is available for any markets when Motorola officially announces it.

Motorola will be hosting a live hangout to discuss new products at 1:30 PM CT on September 5th. Full details are available here.

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