Moto G 3rd Gen codenamed Osprey to come with a 4.97-inch display screen with support for HD resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels.
TechnoBuffalo published renders from an unidentified phone fanatic that show a smartphone rumored to be the new Moto G. If no issue is found during the soak test, the Android 5.1 Lollipop update will be rolled out to Droid Turbo owners this week.
Motorola has always had a solid affiliation with Android, but the Kenzie will not ship with Android M and will instead come with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box. Regrettably, this is generally the same as the 2014 edition. The Moto G (2015) or 3rd Gen is codenamed as Osprey and carries the model number XT1540. Internal storage will only have one option – 8 GB, but will be expandable through a microSD slot. It will be the third generation Moto G so we have high prospect from this one when it’s released in the MARKET. Last year Moto G was launched in the month of September, so we may see a similar timeframe this time around.
Motorola announced that Droid Turbo will be skipping Android 5.0 and get updated immediately to Android 5.1 from KitKat.
In other reports, the Motorola “Kinzie” smartphone that was previously tipped as likely to launch later this year has been marked in a target list tipping new details on the specifications. It is built-in with an amazing 13Mp camera, and a 5Mp selfie camera at its front.
The firm also said it will go on sale through retailers such as Tesco, Carphone Warehouse, Amazon, Argos, Sainsbury’s and Asda. The SoC on the Droid Turbo is supported by 3GB of RAM.
Here’s what we know so far about the 3rd-gen Moto G, or the new Moto G 2015, including release date, price, specs and leaked images. In fact, the Moto G 3 is speculated to be due out in the month of June or July and the Moto X 3 will be appearing in August.
New images of the device published by TechnoBuffalo show a white-coloured unit that is in keeping with the style of the previous models.
The Moto 360 Android Wear 5.1.1 Lollipop update also brings some nice new wrist gestures. The overall form factor is similar to Motorola’s other devices, with a plastic build to keep costs down.
Through the update, Droid Turbo users will also get new control options for the device’s notifications UI. The standard listing shows that the Kinzie is sporting a 5.5-inch Quad HD panel as well as a Snapdragon 810 processor, suggesting that this is certainly a high end product.