Moto G (2015) Specs and Images Leaked – Here’s What We Know

The First Generation of Moto G or simply the Moto G, that was launched in 2013 in India gave a huge boost to Motorola and made Moto one of the top selling brands in India. Boasting rich specifications with an affordable price tag, the smartphone won millions of users. Later Moto continued the legacy with the next generation Moto G, or the Moto G (2014) with enhanced specs at a slightly higher price tag, which continued to be one of the best selling smartphones from the company.

Now, the company is getting ready to launch the next iteration of its Moto G, dubbed as the 3rd Generation Moto G or Moto G (2015) (XT1543), as reported by a spanish website and the same has been confirmed by PhoneArena in its blog post. According to the leak, the Moto G (3rd Gen) is a 5 inch smartphone with 1080x1920px HD resolution, Qualcomm MSM8936 Snapdragon 610 chipset with 2 GB of RAM, 8 MP rear shooter with 1080p video capturing and a 2 MP front shooter and comes with Android Lollipop 5.1 Out-of-box. Added to this is that the phone comes with 4G LTE.

Recently, a leaked video of the same has been viral over the internet, was posted in XDA which showcases that the smartphone comes with latest messaging app from Motorola and Moto Voice: the touch-less controls that were in Moto X.

Motorola is expected to launch the phone this month as hinted by its posts in twitter by the name #MyMotoBFF, Maybe. But its interesting to see how much Moto will be pricing this phone as Moto G was a huge hit coz of its affordable price tag. Let’s see if it repeats.

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