Motorola needs next Tuesday to get here in a hurry, because if this leak barrage goes on any longer, they aren’t going to have anything new to announce.
This afternoon, Brazilian retailer Americanas felt it was OK to go ahead and post an entire overview video of the yet-to-be-announced Moto G (3rd gen). The video walks through all of its meaningful specs, but they also included them in the description, in case there was any confusion. (more…)
Motorola slipped up briefly yesterday when it activated a Moto Maker page dedicated to the new Moto G. We had previously heard that Motorola would add the Moto G to its customization service, but this essentially confirms it. Of course, the page was pulled long ago, just not before a reddit user captured the details. (more…)
Motorola is hosting an event on July 28 in New York, London, and Brazil that will more than likely be used to showcase a new Moto G (3rd gen). The leaks for this phone have been everywhere dating back a good month or so, but we received the biggest of them all today, thanks to a
German Swiss retailer. In fact, I think we now know just about everything we needed to know about this phone, outside of potential Moto Maker customizations, assuming this retailer isn’t just filling up a spec sheet with information based off rumor and speculation.
So what do we have? (more…)
According to the latest photo leak, showing off the plastic screen protector on the frontside of the upcoming Moto G (3rd Gen), Motorola’s new budget-friendly smartphone will feature a bit of water resistance, coming with a rating of IPX7. This rating is not good for those who may want to go swimming with their phones, but if you happen to get a few splashes of liquid on the device, you should be just fine. (more…)
Now that Motorola has set July 28 as the day they plan to break up the relationship between you and your current phone, don’t be surprised if a wave of leaks crashes down onto the interwebs, revealing bits and pieces of their plans. We would be shocked if a new Moto G (3rd gen) isn’t on hand, but are also crossing fingers over the idea that a new Moto X (3rd gen) could join the party as well. While nothing is confirmed, a fresh set of pictures that are allegedly of each device popped up last night to kickstart the fun. (more…)
This little event invite just showed up in our inbox from our friends at Motorola. It looks like the Lenovo owned company out of Chicago has something to announce on July 28 in NYC. (more…)
Welcome to 2015, where your brand new phone will probably look like that guy’s brand new phone and your mom’s brand new phone and your co-worker’s new phone and the bus driver’s new phone and the homeless guy’s new phone, all of which are made by different manufacturers.
Good job, OEMs. (more…)
Evan Blass, better known on Twitter as evleaks, has reawakened to give us info regarding the upcoming Moto G (3rd Gen) from Motorola. According to Evan, the new Moto G will be customizable through Moto Maker, which is Motorola’s online custom shop for smartphones. Currently, only the Moto X (2nd Gen) and Moto 360 are customizable via the service, and if the Moto G does in fact hit Moto Maker, it would be the first mid-range (non flagship) smartphone you can customize. (more…)