Motorola Moto G 3rd gen leaked yet again: Specs and details


Motorola's unannounced third-generation Moto G is up in news yet again; this time it is featured in a YouTube video as well as in photos and reports leaked from various sources. Earlier, the phone appeared on Indian online retailer Flipkart for a short time, which confirmed that the phone will be coming sooner than later.

The third gen Moto 3 is reportedly codenamed Osprey. The phone is likely to bring about minor yet noticeable changes in the design, including the addition of an ova shaped ring around the camera. As for its specs, the CPU-Z app revealed that it will flaunt a 4.97-inch screen offering 720 x 1280 pixels display resolution. Under the hood, there will be a Snapdragon 410 quad-core chipset with Adreno 306 GPU and 1GB of RAM powering the phone.

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As per AnTuTu benchmark report, the Moto G 3rdgen will sport a 13MP primary camera coupled with a 5MP front-facing camera. As far as other specs are concerned, this will bring an 8GB of internal memory on board, with a microSD card slot to expand its memory. On the connectivity front, the phone will supports 4G LTE along with standard connectivity options. It will be shipped with Android 5.1.1 installed.Talking of it score, the third-gen Moto G scored 23,355 on AnTuTu.

Considering the recent reports around the Motorola Moto G 3rdgen, the phone is likely to get launched in July, though nothing can be confirmed. As far as the pricing is concerned, there is no concrete information available about its price as yet, however considering its specs, the placement of previous gen Moto G smartphone, and the competition in the market, the third gen Moto G should be launched at a price lower than its predecessor's launch price.


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