The hits just keep on coming. A vide for Motorola's second-generation Moto G has been posted before the expected reveal later this evening/morning. According to the video, the phone will use a larger, 5-inch HD (read: 1280x720) screen, and the unidentified processor is a quad-core model. Motorola also highlighted the fact that the Moto G will get "pure Android with [a] guaranteed upgrade."
The Motorola homepage was also briefly updated with a few hints of the Moto G, among other devices. It's easy to see the new dual speakers borrowed from the budget Moto E, and the promotional text says that the new model will be under $200 even without a contract. Whether that includes an LTE radio (which was added into the original Moto G with a more expensive upgrade) isn't clear. The G doesn't have access to the stylish back panels from the Moto X, but various "shells" will be available.
Release and regional information still hasn't been posted. We'll update this story when more information is available.