Motorola is getting ready to unleash the Moto G smartphone on the UK, with a listing accidentally posted by Amazon this week revealing when it will be arriving and how much you will be able to pay for it.
Pocket-Lint reports that a November 14th release is suggested by the listing, with an asking price of a penny under 160 required for the 16GB version of the device.
The Moto G is anticipated to have a quad core processor, 4.5 inch display and Android Jelly Bean onboard, ahead of an update that will bring the newer KitKat OS to the table.
Motorola is also thought to be extending the customisation options available in the US to British buyers, so you should be able to determine the specific style of the battery cover for the Moto G.
Motorola is now owned by Google and has been somewhat absent from the UK market in recent months, with the Moto G marking its big comeback.