New Motorola Moto G Leak, Shows The Sleek Cell Phone From Different Angles

Posted: Jul 11 2015, 10:57am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 11 2015, 10:59am CDT, in Rumors | Technology News


New Motorola Moto G leak, shows the sleek cell phone from different angles

A leak shows the renders of New Motorola Moto G (2015)

Steve Hemmerstoffer, of @OnLeaks, has published new 3D renders of a device that could possibly be the next Moto G 2015. The news was distributed by the means of, the pictures are although not really official Motorola renders. Rather, the leak says these renders were made for an accessories maker, yet the leak suggests that the images are not far from reality.

In view of the renders, it gives the idea that the cutting edge Moto G will not look any more same as its antecedent. The upcoming cell phone, if the render are near to reality, holds the same lines and bends Motorola is known for, especially the mark Motorola dimple with the company's M logo on the back of the phone.

Likewise this new device seems to have two frills in front, despite the fact that it is still secret what these will be for. The upcoming Moto G will have double front speakers, yet one of the frills will serve as an earpiece rather than a speaker. In terms of specs, from what is known by now, the 5-inch 720p Moto G (2015) will be powered by the newer, 64-bit Snapdragon 410 chipset, as opposed to the S400 in the previous versions. RAM will apparently remain at 1GB, and the limiting 8GB of storage won't see a change either. The primary camera gets a bump to 13MP though.

The Moto G is expected to release this fall, and there's still plenty of time for more details about the specifications. So let’s wait for more news and rumors!

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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