Moto G Successor Leaks Yet Again Ahead Of The Official Launch Today

By Vivek

Just yesterday, in India, a Twitter user posted an image of the Moto G (2nd generation) on Twitter and the user said that it was taken from the Flipkart warehouse in India. Now the same handset has been leaked again.

Moto G Successor Leaks Yet Again Ahead Of The Official Launch Today


The Brazilian website TecMundo has got hold of new images of new Moto G (XT1069) and the retail box. According to the retail box, the smartphone will be called Moto G (2nd generation). In Brazil, it comes with digital TV support, similar to the first Moto G. Moreover, the phone also adopts the Moto E design with two horizontal bars at the front.

Moto G Successor Leaks Yet Again Ahead Of The Official Launch Today

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The two back covers that were photographed shows Black and Cyan, but it's not entirely clear if both came from the box.

Moto G Successor Leaks Yet Again Ahead Of The Official Launch Today

As far as the specs are concerned, the retail box confirms a 5-inch HD display with Gorilla Glass protection, 8-megapixel rear camera, Snapdragon 400 processor and colorful external shells. It has dual SIM handset, similar to the XT-1068 variant.


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Moreover, this particular variant which has been leak in Brazil features Digital TV, a common addition in Brazil that will not be present on the international variant.

If earlier rumors are to be taken into account, than the second generation Moto G should come with a 2MP front-facing camera, 1GB RAM, 8/16GB internal memory and expandable memory via microSD.

Perhaps, the Moto G's successor will also be launched in two variants - a regular single SIM variant and a Dual-SIM (outside the US) model. Also there would be a 4G LTE variant of the Moto G successor.

The Lenovo owned Motorola has already scheduled an event in Chicago later today where it could possibly announce the Moto G successor. While in India, the same event will take place tomorrow.


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