The third generation Moto G will show up later this year, in “flesh and bones”, but until now, it appeared on the internet in some leaked images that were provided by Evan Blass, known as @evleaks. It seems that Motorola has done something cool to the back panel of the upcoming Moto G 2015, which will look amazing despite of its mid-range specs. However, everybody is wondering if Motorola will allow the users to customize the appearance of this device though the Moto Maker.
The Moto X 2014 was the first Motorola device that allowed its owners to customize it, meaning that they could replace its back cover with a more interesting one using the Moto Maker program. According to Evan Blass, the new Moto G will benefit from the same form of privilege if the users will buy their phones directly from Motorola. Also, this rumor is backed by the apparition of some HTML code on Motorola’s web page.
Recently, leaked images of two Motorola handsets were obtained from Chilean carrier network Entel and one of the devices seems to be the upcoming Moto G 2015, which looks pretty similar to the previous model. It appears to have a 5inches screen and it’s powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core processor (most probably it’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 410), plus it will support 4G connectivity. Its back camera has a resolution of 13MP, while the other shooter is 5MP and the back panel seems curved and thinner on the sides, just like some of LG’s new phones.
On June 29, TechnoBuffalo published some images of the Moto G 2015, which were received from an anonymous source and the phone has a white finish. We can’t guarantee you that the images are showing the real Moto G model, or it’s only a concept imagined by a very talented mobile phone designer.
A while ago, the Moto G 2014 was seen in a YouTube vide, where it had a 4.9inches screen, a 1.3GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core processor, 8GB of internal memory with a slot for expansion, the battery had a capacity of ,300mAh and the device had voice control and LTE support. Also, it ran on Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.
Even if the hardware department wasn’t improved much, the Snapdragon 410 that Motorola uses in 2015 had better results in the AnTuTu benchmark: 23355, compared to 18249 – the score from last year.