Also in 2015, there is probably another new Motorola Moto G. ULTIMATE TECH NEWS summarizes the rumors about the upcoming mid range phone.
Motorolas Moto-G series is characterized by the fact that the company good hardware sold at a fair price. Apparently the deal for the smartphone maker is still lucrative enough to bring around 2015 the third edition of the Moto G in the stores.As Pocket-lint reports Motorola will introduce the device at the International Consumer Electronics Fair (IFA, 4 to 9 September 2015) in Berlin. But first, is already a lot known, a YouTube video showed the new Moto G already in full.
Update (June 30, 2015): Fresh pictures surfaced
The technology portal Techno Buffalo has released images on which apparently can be seen by the third generation of the popular midsize androids. Imports coming from an anonymous source images show Accordingly the final version of the intern under the project name “Osprey” developed with the model number XT1540 Moto G3 and give a first impression. Technical data does not reveal the source, however, so that the previously mentioned details continue to remain valid.
Original message (June 23, 2015): Moto G 3: Equipment leaked
Users see in the clip the unit with display. Then, among other things is to recognize the result of the AnTuTu benchmarks which reveals many details about the features: So the device triggers the screen with 1280×720 pixels on – so as with the predecessors. A Snapdragon 410 processor from Qualcomm and 1 gigabyte (GB) of RAM to ensure brisk service. The camera obtains a decent on paper update: Instead of 8, she dissolves with 13 megapixels. The front camera has 5 megapixels. Whether that’s a reason to buy, remains to be seen: The snapping of the predecessor Hauten editors in ULTIMATE TECH NEWS test not from the stool. For snapshots are 8GB data storage.
Android 5.1 on board, not LTE
The operating system is probably the current Motorola Android 5.1.1. At least it is so on the display in the YouTube video. The information is not unrealistic: even the current and the original generation just gets the update to version. Pleasing to the user: So far, Motorola has taken great pains to keep all equipment on stand. That the new Moto G gets an update on the upcoming Android M is therefore not unlikely. LTE is on the other hand (again) not on board. This saves to Motorola, as usual, on a separate issue.