There aren’t many surprises here. There’s a phone, a charger, and some paper showing you how to use the thing. No one expected a 5-star showing here, though, considering it’s going to be offered for a pretty thin price point (which should be anywhere between $150 to $200, if trends are anything to go by).
The rear of the retail box does confirm several details about the specs, though, including its use of a 13 megapixel camera, 5 megapixel front camera, a 5-inch HD display, a 1.4GHz quad-core processor, IPX7 water resistance, 4G data and more. This exact model also has dual-SIM and digital TV capabilities, though it’s not yet clear if those are market-specific (Portugal) features.
Also pictured in this series of photos are a couple of Shell cases. It appears these will come with the phone as standard as they’re pictured on the front of the box behind the photo of the Moto G, as well as mentioned on the rear with the Portuguese word for “includes.” Whether this is a market-specific perk is up in the air, but to curb disappointment we’ll just go with the easy assumption that it is. We only have one more day to find out all the details for ourselves, though, so sit tight!