Press Renders Of Motorola Moto G (3rd Gen) Leaked, Reveals Phone In Different Angles

It’s time for new rumors and speculations regarding the next-generation Moto G, and followed by it we have today some press renders of 3rd-Gen. Leaked images reveals more design details and also show the Moto G (3rd Gen) from multiple angles giving us its first glimpse of the smartphone’s front, back and side view.


In 2015, no way the Moto G (2nd Gen) will be a newer edition as it brought with it few minor tweaks and currentlt taking about the third-gen Moto G, sounds better to you when speaking of it. Alleged press image showed the handset front and back in the past and now being treated to another set of renders from multiple angles in higher resolution, detailing the Moto G (2015) design.

The photos reiterate the textured back portion, and the new metal strip that connects the camera, flash and Motorola Logo altogether. The front part of the smartphone is quite similar to last year’s Moto G.

The power and Volume buttons are situated on the top right corner, while the left is kept clean. The microUSB port is situated at the bottom, with 3.5mm audio jack on its top. The leaked Moto G (3rd Gen) press renders also tipped that the comnpany is also working on bringing a steel-grey variant of the new Moto G smartphone.

With all the refreshed software and hardware improvements, Motorola Moto G of 2015 model will be getting an upgraded version of processor. Expected to see a 5-inch HD display, will be powered by the newer, 64-bit Snapdragon 410 chipset, as opposed to the S400 in the previous iterations. RAM won’t be getting an expansion, but remains at 1GB, and limiting it at 8GB of storage along with microSD card slot. Camera wise, it will be sporting a 13MP rear and 5MP front-facing shooter and slightly packing a bigger 2300mAh battery.