This Moto G2 (or possibly Moto G+1) release date seems to apply to Europe and possibly the UK, since the site also gives a possible price of €250 (about $335, £200, AU$360).
These numbers come from a retailer who reportedly got them straight from Motorola, so they may have some merit.
Money = power
Will its specs live up to the price hike? The Moto G2 or Moto G+1 has been benchmarked in the past, and it looks like it will have a bigger screen (five inches at 720p) and several upgraded specs.
These include a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 chip, 8GB of storage, 8- and 2-megapixel cameras, and Android KitKat.
But unfortunately it currently seems like the Moto G successor's RAM will remain stuck at 1GB.
With less than a month to go until the Moto G2's alleged release date, expect Motorola to make an announcement soon, possibly at IFA 2014 in early September.