With all due respect For Chinese smartphones Who are becoming more attractive, more polished and more profitable every day, It is clear that there is another large community of Western consumers who will not be willing to consider a brand from the huge country for any capital (or, at least, no cheap and cost-effective price) in the world. This situation certainly explains the great popularity enjoyed Moto G and Moto E devices, Which also are currently technically coming from a Chinese manufacturer - but in practice still enjoy an international brand name Recognized and accepted.
Now, we get Fresh, seemingly formal information, About the third generation of the Moto G, which will replace the model still considered by many to be the best smartphone on the market. The technical specification should not undergo too significant upheaval, and will include an 5 IPS screen and a resolution of 720 × 1,280, plus chip Snapdragon 410 is a bit more recent crossover (shown only in the 4G model in the current generation of Moto G) with a maximum 1.4GHz, 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage with expansion slot, and a main 13 megapixel camera, 5 's secondary camera and megapixel system Android Clean and pure 'in the latest version.
In terms of appearance, the Moto G will retain its familiar non-apologetic plasticity, combined with a design that looks like a cross between the second generation of the Moto G And the second generation of the Moto X - and it seems quite not bad, to tell the truth. As a bonus, under the main camera of the smartphone you can find what might be a dedicated physical button for the camera, in the spirit of the concept Which leads to LG In the last three years.
We hope to see an official announcement of the Moto G 2015 as soon as possible, and we hope that it will succeed in surprising us with some other item or two we have not yet seen - a shortened price tag, for example, or perhaps battery With a surprising capacity that would satisfy my life battery Leading category.
Assuming these images are authentic -Motorcycle The new G will continue to be a pretty plump handset