Moto G Images Surface Online ahead of Official Debut

July 29, 2015, By Alex Badinici

It feels like official debuts these days happen just for the sake of it. We are treated with leaks and rumors that promise to stick close to the actual device even before it makes its way to public terrain.

And here we are with yet another leak, this time it is the next G-smartphone from Motorola.

The third generation Moto G smartphone is within an earshot distance away from being made official, at least that’s the way it seems.


The upcoming event held by Motorola is being whispered to be revealing the 2015 edition of Moto G smartphone, but guys at laptopmedia have already grabbed a piece of it, revealing to the world what the next Moto G would appear to be.

A few images of the new Moto G device has been released by the website, which suggest that Moto G will indeed be homologous with the previous two versions, but only with its front appearance.

Moto G is a brand which has got some accustomed design norms, and we have seen that in the first two versions. But things are a bit different with the third-gen device if having it flipped.

The rear of Moto G is promising for those eyeing a design overhaul. With a long metal strip surrounding the camera lens, the Moto G looks completely new in the rear-side design, and is also billed to feature dual-LED flashlights. Prospects of betterment in the camera front? Let’s hope so.

Apart from the looks, the site hasn’t given much about the technicalities. But throwing more light into the inside-specs was online retailer, Flipkart, who also happens to be the exclusive retailers of Moto smartphones in India.


Making a brief appearance on the website listing were two variants; the 8GB version coming with a 1GB RAM and the 16GB version coming with a 2GB RAM. A 13MP cam is on the cards, which will be accompanied by a 5MP rear-cam. All these would be bundled with a battery of 2470mAh capacity.

Sure this gives us good hope –  that Motorola will finally pull out a real third-gen version, and not merely a 1.3 version like it was with their second-gen Moto G.

© 2008-2012 - All rights reserved | Privacy Policy