Looks like we're going to have another smartphone that will get leaked in its entirety before its launch this year. Images of the 2015 Moto G have started to make an increasing number of rounds on the internet over the past couple of days and today we've once again manged to get our hands on a couple. A video was posted earlier on Youtube detailing the device in its near entirety, but while it has been taken down as of now, there are still a couple of new images that provide more insight into the device.
Motorola Moto G Screenshots Seemingly Confirm Snapdragon 410 On Device
While yesterday we showed you images that showed the Moto G's back, including what appeared to be a removable rear cover, just like previous models, today's images show what the device's interface will be expected to look like. Not only do we get to take a look at the Moto G's interface, but today's leak also confirms the device's processor, with the Moto G now seemingly confirmed to come with the Snapdragon 615 on board. The Snapdragon 410 is Qualcomm's 64 bit Quad core offering, clocking at 1.4 GHz. Just as rumored earlier, the Moto G will also be coming with 1 GB of RAM and a display of resolution 720 x 1280.
This leaves the device's 5 inch screen with a pixel density of 320 ppi. Rear camera for the device is out at a resolution of 13 MP and as we showed you in earlier images, the Moto G is also equipped with a dual LED flash on its rear. Front camera for the device has a resolution of 5 MP. The 2015 Moto G doesn't really sound that much impressive if you compare it to any top flagship out there. But the device's future will depend on its price, which should be competitive enough to further incentivize users. Stay tuned, we;ll keep you updated and let us know what you think in the comments section.