Motorola’s upcoming Smartphone Moto G is making around the corners since the day of its announcement and now the device got leaked prior to its November 13 launch, by an unofficial press render. The leaked press render brings numerous under hood facts about Moto G into limelight including its color and availability. While leaked images of the device is brought to you by the famous mobile tipster @evleaks, their multi color facet creates a hopes of the device to be made available in multi-colors and the Verizon logo behind the images makes us suspect that the device might be made available at Verizon at the time of launch.
Just before a few days, the Techno giant had hinted about the impending launch prospect of the device via its Twitter page where it wrote, “Time to say hola, ola, g’day, hallo, bonjour, namaste, hello to #MotoG.” The twit further added clarifications about the device to be made available initially in some of the selective markets around the globe i.e. India, France, United States, Germany, Britain, Portugal & Spain. Though the twit didn’t reveal any further details about the Smartphone, but before some leaks regarding the specs and features of the device have already been flaunted. Let’s have a look on the same.
What reveals the previous leaks, the upcoming Smartphone from Motorola boasts a 4.5 inch HD display with Corning Gorilla glass ensuring maximum protection for your device, is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor that endows you with superior mobile credibility. There are no details about the chipset. Apart, the device boasts of a 5MP rear camera along with a 1.3MP front-eyed cam and carries 8GB of in-built storage space to help you store abundant mobile data. The device runs on the popular android 4.3 Jelly Bean Operating System and supports Bluetooth and other connectivity options. The device is supposed to be made available at a supposed price tag of Rs. 13,300 (134.95 British Pounds) devoid of any contract.
For the time, we do have this much information for you. If you wanna get further updates on the device, stay connected to us. We shall get back to you with further updates soon.