Moto G (2015): Press pictures leaked, Full HD Display and 2 GB RAM confirmed
Although its official presentation is due for next week, there is a constant stream of leaks regarding Motos new midrange handset. One of our readers hinted at a Swiss shop listing that shows some official press pictures and hints at some specifications: The Moto G (2015) will indeed have a 1080p screen and 2 gigs of RAM.
Swiss retailer digitec just leaked the Moto G 3rd generation. According to their product listing, Motorola's new midranger finally gets its well-deserved Full HD display upgrade. The 5 inch display has a resolution of 1920 x 1080, resulting in a display density of 441 ppi. There's also 2 GB RAM and Cat.4 LTE mentioned. Digitec only calls out a quad core processor with a maximum clock speed of 1.7 GHz and an Adreno 405 GPU, but this combination almost certainly points to a Snapragon 610 SoC. This confirms former rumors from Indian retailer Flipkart hinting at an S610, too.
We're mildly disappointed by the fact that there still seem to be only 8 GB of internal memory present that can, at least, be expanded with up to 128 GB via micro SD. According to digitec the battery is still 2,070 mAh – but this in fact could be a placeholder, because also the listed dimensions and weight (141.5 x 70.7 x 11 mm at 149 grams) are exactly the same as in its predecessor, the Moto G (2014). Digitec is going to sell the new Moto G for 235 CHF which is around 225 EUR or 245 USD, but the reason for this comparably high price could be swiss taxes – or it's just another placeholder. We are, however, almost certainly sure that the press pictures are real.
The 3rd generation Moto G will be made offical in one week and we are keen to get the rumored specs confirmed. We're hoping for another price breaker, so stay tuned for more information.
Full digitec retailer listing of the Moto G 3rd generation (Screenshot)
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