Motorola's Moto G is currently only available in a GSM flavor, but we do know that a CDMA variant will be making its way onto Verizon in the first quarter of 2014. No other carriers have announced plans to offer the Moto G, but if a new leak is to be believed, Big Red won't be the only U.S. operator to sell the CDMA-flavored G.
A new image posted to Twitter by @evleaks claims to show a render of a version of the Moto G that's headed for Sprint MVNO Boost Mobile. There's no Boost branding to be found on the Moto G itself, but we can see that the Boost Mobile logo is being used as the device's wallpaper and is actually the same image that's been used in previous Boost device announcements.
While this Boost-bound Moto G won't be official until the prepaid operator or Motorola make it so, I could definitely see the G making its way to Boost at some point in the future. Not only is the device's $179 starting price a good fit for a no contract carrier, but Verizon has announced that it plans to offer the Moto G with its own prepaid service. There's no word yet on when Boost Mobile might roll out the Moto G or even announce its launch plans, but if you're a Boost customer that's a fan of near-vanilla Android and speedy updates, it may not be a bad idea to start saving your pennies now.