More alleged details about the MotoMaker options for Motorola's upcoming Moto G (2015) pop up

More alleged details about the MotoMaker options for Motorola's upcoming Moto G (2015) pop up
The third generation of the Motorola Moto G, as well as one or two versions of the Moto X and probably a second-gen Moto 360 wearable, will arrive less than a week from now, on July 28, and with each and every day we get to know more and more about Motorola's next handsets. 

From the looks of it, the specs of the Moto G in partuclar were continuously leaked and it is now universally accepted that device will arrive with a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 chipset, a 5" display, a 13MP rear and a 5MP selfie camera, as well as water resistance. It seems that there will be two variations of the device - one with 1GB RAM & 8GB of storage, and the other one with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage space. 

In line with the majority of Motorola devices, it will most certainly be possible to customize the Moto G thanks to its Moto Maker service. Thanks to @evleaks, we already might have had a glimpse at some of the color options that the Moto G will be eligible for, and today, a fresh new leak gives us even more insight at the upcoming color options.

As you can see in the alleged leak right below, the front of the Moto G will only be available in black or white, whereas various color hues will be available for the rear housing as well as the color accents on the back and on the sides of the phone. There might be five FlipShell variations for the Moto G that will reportedly cost $19.99 each and will be available in charcoal black, crimson red, raspberry, blue, and turquoise.


source: Reddit

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