Next-Gen Moto G Tipped To Feature 720p HD Display, 8MP Camera

By Anuj
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When Motorola introduced its Moto G late last year, even they would not have an idea that the device could actually become a money spinner. The handset not only shook the mid-end segment, but it eventually turned out to achieve a blockbuster status, especially in India.

In fact the phone still remains one of the best selling handset in the country. Now the successor to the original Moto G originated a short while ago. If rumors are anything to go by, the Moto G 2 could be priced on a lower side. Yes, you heard that right!

 

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Next-Gen Moto G Tipped To Feature 720p HD Display, 8MP Camera

The company is widely expected to reveal a new smartphone that will give it yet another chance to win consumers' minds. Spanish website Mellando no Android claims to have got an inside info on the forthcoming Moto G2 or the second generation Moto G. Despite rumors, the details are still pretty hazy. However, an alleged image that could be of the Moto G2 has surfaced online.

As you can see, the Moto G2 appears to look similar to its younger brother i.e. Moto E. The new device has a familiar design language, with front-facing speaker and earpiece, on the front side. Additionally, the report also sheds light on the leaked specifications.

The handset might come with a 720p HD display, a quad core ARM V7 processor coupled with an Adreno 305 graphics GPU. Also, the Moto G2 could feature an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera, and support Dual-SIM cards. There is no word on physical dimensions, size of RAM, internal storage or even fitted battery details.

So far there's no update when Motorola will launch the Moto G2 in major territories. What are your initial thoughts on the forthcoming Moto G2, based on the leaked image and specifications? Stay tuned to GizBot for more updates!

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