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Moto G 2015 images show up online
The latter half of the year is almost upon us and that can only mean one thing; some awesome devices are soon to be announced. The rumor mill has started turning and today we are setting our eyes on what will probably be another record-breaker for Motorola – the accessible Moto G, a phone that redefined series that redefined affordable smartphones forever.
Rumors of the new iteration of the 2015 Moto G have started surfacing the past couple months. We saw it quickly peek its head out over at Flipkart’s website, then we managed to get a hold of some images and a video. All that evidence was a bit fuzzy (both in the literal and figurative senses), which is why we are so excited to show you the latest leaked images.
These are by far the clearest third-generation Moto G photos we have seen. They come in the form of a few press renders and corroborate previous leaks in terms of smartphone design. The 2015 Moto G now has that odd LG-like, silver strip on the back. As opposed to the LG G series, though, this phone seems to implement the design element purely for aesthetic purposes.
Otherwise, the 2015 Moto G seems to incorporate a cleaner look with a simple back and an trim that resembles that of the Nexus 6. The front-facing speakers are still on board on board, which is definitely a plus, and its size is still perfect for one-handed usage.
Sadly, these leaked images don’t come paired with some juicy spec rumors. Previous reports claim the new Moto G will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, 1 GB of RAM, 8 GB of internal storage, a 5-inch 720p screen, a 13 MP camera, a 5 MP front-facing shooter and LTE support.
This phone seems like an awesome upgrade over its previous generation, and the design has been completely revamped. Do you like it? I suppose my opinion will be completely formulated once I learn more about pricing. Hopefully it can stay within that sub-$200 range. We will find out more soon, as the previous iteration hit the market in September of 2014.