A hands-on video of Motorola’s Moto G (Gen 3) has been allegedly spotted, that showed some purported specifications via benchmark results.
Antonio Inuso posted the video on Youtube, who claims to be from a prototype model. The video shows the front look of Moto G (Gen3) which is similar to that of the second generation Moto G, but the changes are apparent on the rear.
The video features the rear side of the phone that sports a textured back panel and a strip near the rear camera similar to LG and the sides seem to be unchanged from the previous generation. The image hints that the device may be slimmer than the featured on the images.
The video also showed some benchmark results such as, a 5-inch display and powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor with 1GB RAM. Considering the majority of smartphones launch and the current Moto G price, the feature of 2GB RAM might be disappointing for the customers.
The storage features include 8GB inbuilt memory and can be expanded via a microSD card. The device is expected to run on Android 5.1.1 and according to the video Moto G (Gen 3) supports LTE like that of its predecessors.
The device’s camera has been upgraded from 8MP rear camera to 13MP camera and from 2MP front camera to 5MP camera.
The report suggests that the Motorola Mobility might launch new devices during this summer, and another report cited that Lenovo’s Chairman and Chief Executive, Yang Yuanqing having suggested that the company was ready with “exciting products” to launch later this year while some products may launch “in summer.”
Last year in October, Lenovo had completed with the acquisition of Motorola Mobility from Google. The former owner of Motorola Mobility, Google had good reach in Europe and in the regions of US, whilst Chinese company, Lenovo has more reach in Asian markets.