First Motorola Moto G (2015) promo video leaks out, here are the phone's key features

First Motorola Moto G (2015) promo video leaks out, here are the phone's key features
In case you had any doubts regarding the existence of a third-generation Motorola Moto G, the handset is now starring in a promo video. Apparently made by Motorola Brazil, and presented by Brazilian retailer Americanas, said video confirms most of the previously leaked details about the new Moto G.

The promo video is showing the Moto G (2015) that will be sold in Brazil and has a feature that the US model will probably not offer: dual SIM support. That aside, the Brazilian Moto G (2015) doesn't seem to be different from the handset that will be available in other countries. Thus, its other features include a 5-inch 720p display, a quad-core processor (likely a Snapdragon 410), water-resistant case (IPX7-certified), 4G LTE, a 13 MP rear camera, a 5 MP front-facing camera, and a battery that can last a full day.

A Moto G (2015) variant with superior specs - including a 5-inch 1080p display and 2 GB of RAM - might also exist, though this isn't mentioned in the video - which, by the way, can be checked out below. We've also included some screenshots, in case the video is removed.

The Moto G (2015) should be officially announced on July 28, probably alongside a third-generation Motorola Moto X. Which of the two new smartphones are you waiting for?

via: Tecnoblog, Droid-life

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Moto G (2015)
  • Display 5.0 inches
    1280 x 720 pixels
  • Camera 13 MP (Single camera)
    5 MP front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon 410
    2GB RAM
  • Storage 16GB, microSDHC
  • Battery 2470 mAh
  • OS Android 6.0 Marshmallow


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