Moto G (2015) Might Get Official On July 28, New Details Revealed

By 07:13 Mon, 26 Jul 2021 Comments


Just a short while ago we found out that this year's edition of Motorola's Moto G will acquire support for the MotoMaker customization service, and now a recent leak out of Brazil brings us even more details about the handset.

It's assumed to be announced on July 28, and it should go on sale in Brazil on the same day. As previously leaked, the Moto G is then going to create its way to Chile in August.




Along with the unveiling info also comes a full spec list for the Moto G (2015). The device is expected to feature a 5-inch 720p touchscreen, a 13 MegaPixel (MP) rear camera, a 5 MegaPixel (MP) selfie snapper, as well as a 2,470 mAh battery.

In charge of performance will be Qualcomm's Snapdragon 410 chipset, with a 1.4 Giga Hertz (GHz) quad-core Cortex-A53 Central Processing Units (CPU) and Adreno 306 GPU. The phone will have a few different iterations, it seems, as both 8GB and 16GB of built-in storage will be offered (and that will be expandable via microSD cars). Additionally, we'll see one model with 1GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) and another with 2GB. So the one with 1GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) might acquire just 8GB of storage, whereas the variant with 2GB of Random-Access Memory (RAM) will probably have 16GB of space.

Interestingly, the recent Moto G is also assumed to come with IPx7 certification, meaning it will be water resistant up to 1m for up to 30 minutes. It doesn't see like it will sport dust resistance too, though. In Brazil it will reportedly start at BRL 899, which at the current exchange rates means $287 or €261, but you shouldn't have a shock - smartphones are much more expensive in Brazil than elsewhere. Internationally, we expect the Moto G (2015) to be priced similarly to its predecessors.

Thanks for the tip, Felipe Martins!

Source (in Portuguese)


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