Riveting Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Moto G (2015) 3D renders pop up: the best ones we've seen yet

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Riveting Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and Moto G (2015) 3D renders pop up: the best ones we've seen yet
Summer, at least in the Northern hemisphere, is getting hotter with each and every day, and so is the smartphone scene. The first half of the year treated us to many exciting new phones, but the second one is even quite promising -- we are eagerly anticipating a large number of compelling devices to debut by year's end.

Among these are the fifth installment in Samsung's venerable Galaxy Note saga, the Note 5, as well as the third generation of Motorola's Moto G trooper, which will certainly aim to replicate the success of its predecessors. While the former device is reportedly coming in a month's time, the next-gen Moto G will likely debut on July 28. 

A fair amount of rumors and leaks gave us a pretty good understanding of what we should expect from both the Note 5 and the next Moto G; they've also starred in many renders and spy photos. 

We just got hold of some pretty rad and well-made renders of both the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and the Motorola Moto G (2015). Created by Humster3D, a website that specializes in making 3D models of various gadgets, the pics in question are by far the best renders of the upcoming smartphones we've seen so far. We've rounded up a few of the compelling renders for you below.If you wish the own the captivating 3D models of the Note 5 and the Moto G (2015) made by Humster3D, they are up for grabs for $40 each.

In particular, the Note 5 is based on the CAD drawings that surfaced some time ago and feature slightly chamfered frame, mostly at the rear, but on the front of the handset as well. In the meantime, the Moto G (2015) is styled in accordance with Motorola's design language and the already-leaked images of the handset.

Thanks for the tip, John!




source: Humster3D (1), (2)

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