Jul 11, 2015

Moto G (3rd Gen.): beautiful images to rinse the eye

The Moto G should be renewed for a third generation this year. The launch is expected before the end of July. Meanwhile, images are already multiplying on the canvas. The summer is not really the best time to launch new products. Everyone is on vacation, disconnected from everything and especially the media. Summer Launch is the way to miss its target. But, as with everything, there are several ways of looking at things. Who says peak period also gives more visibility in the media. Thus would have thought Samsung for its Galaxy Note 5 but Motorola while the American had expected September to unveil its new Moto X and Moto G in 2014, it is rumored that it would have opted for an announcement in July this year and the abundance of leaks tends to confirm it.

They have been in the news many times in recent days, primarily for the upcoming Motorola midrange we have discovered through some pictures. Finally, a glimpse would be more accurate in this case, but if you do not have enough, a new collection has just been broadcasted on NoWhereElse . However, note that these images show a 3D modeling of the Moto G (2015) made from leaks in recent weeks. They could be close to reality or not.

The smartphone presented corresponds to the one we have already seen in the past and finally closely resembles the old model. It retains the overall shape and symmetric speakers at the front while there is actually at the rear we can see differences. The camera and the manufacturer's logo device are connected by a long oval piece that seems to be made of metal and streaks were dug on the hood.

We have, by the way, a small summary of the different components within expected. The list includes a 5-inch HD display, a quad-core Snapdragon 410 chipset supports 4G and clocked, not 1.2 but 1.4 GHz, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal memory and two cameras 13 and 5 megapixels. The smartphone should obviously pick the latest version of Android available at its output, namely 5.1.1 if Google does not leave new by then but it is unlikely if the output in question occurs before the end of the month, as expected.

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