Moto G (2015) To Come With Moto Maker Customization

Posted: Jul 15 2015, 11:09am CDT | by , Updated: Jul 15 2015, 11:13am CDT, in Technology News


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Moto G (2015) to come with Moto Maker customization

A leak suggests 2GB variation and Moto maker customization on new Motorola

The Moto G series, which started to launch back in 2013, is simply stylish and amazing. From the affordable price range to sleek appearance and to the smart features, these Smart phones are always worth your money. The two phones of the series, which already released in consecutive years, got a really good response. As third Smartphone for the Moto G is due now and is speculated to release soon, the fan audience is anticipating the launch.

A long line of leaks has already surfaced on the web, but today another leak has brought attention of everyone towards Moto G (2015). As revealed by the retired leakster, @evleaks, the third generation Moto G will come along with the support of “Moto Maker Customization”. For all those who don’t know what exactly this is; Moto Maker customization allows you to choose your own customize device, prior to ordering it on Motorola. This implies clients will probably have the capacity to pick diverse hued back panels, front panels and also emphasize colors for the metallic camera module on the phone's posterior. Another Important information which is highlighted by the leak is that the Moto G (2015) will come with 2GB variant along with a mainstream 1GB version.

Also, it is rumored that the options for different building materials won’t be diverse as; Moto G series is user and budget friendly. On the same side, if the leak proves to be true than it will be a big step from Motorola team as the option to choose different colors for panels within a suitable price range is definitely a big step.

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