Moto X and Moto G 3rd Gen 2015 Leaked Video Reveals Top Killer Features, Android 5.1.1 Lollipop Ready
The Motorola G and Motor X 3rd Gen are coming this 2015. In fact, the Moto G 3 is being speculated to be released sometime in June or July and Moto X 3 this coming August.
There was a random leak of a 2-minute video and series of pictures of what appears to be the new Moto G 3rd gen. According to this video, we are looking at another 5-inch 720p display ,13MP rear camera, 5MP front camera, and Android 5.1.1.
Moreover, there are other rumours which propose that Moto G 3 will come with 13MP Rear camera and 2.1 MP of Front camera. Forbes also reported that specs for a handset named "Motorola TBD" -most likely referring to Moto G 2015 is consisting "a quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor and 1 GB of RAM.
Its 4G LTE capabilities is considered as best aspect of the Moto G 3rd generation. However, there is also a concern about the handset's battery life, whether if this can sufficiently handle such a specification. Air Herald has stated that the future iteration Motor G will cost at roughly $200, that makes this as "one of the best Android phones purchase at its price point.
On the other hand, most of the basic specs of the Motorola handset was revealed by the leak came from STJS Gadgets Portal. Based on the leak, the upcoming generation Moto X 2015 will swank a QHD (2560 x 1440) screen, similar with Motorola Droid Turbo, which was the top Android handset from the company last year .
According to the report, the Moto X will supposedly run on the hexa-core Snapdragon 808 chipset, a monstrous 4GB of RAM and an option for either a 32GB or 64GB built-in memory.16MP primary camera, 5MP front shooter, a 3,280mAh battery, and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box are the other specs included.
The Motorola fans may still have a definite amount of hesitation with regard to the release date and specs of Motorola Moto G and Moto X 3rd Gen 2015 smartphone, but it may not be long. Surely, Motorola would not like other brands to put up too much momentum in selling their own flagships.