Updated 01:20 PM EDT, Sun, Sep 27, 2020

Moto G & Moto X (2015) 3rd Gen Specs Accidentally Leaked? Release Date, Price & Features [Rumors]

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After keeping things a secret about its upcoming releases - the Moto X and Moto G 2015 3rd Generation - Motorola has spilled almost everything about the two devices in leaked photos and boxes of the phones.

Engadget said a Brazilian retailer posted unboxing photos of the Moto G, which confirmed the specifications of the device.

"The pics show that the new G will pack a 1.4GHz quad-core processor (up from the current model's 1.2GHz chip), a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 5-megapixel front shooter and colorful shells," noted Engadget.

It also added that some of the phone's models will have a 5-inch 720p screens, 16GB of storage, dual SIM slots and digital TV tuning for the Brazilian copies.

In a similar report, Business Today said the Moto G will come in white and black colors and will also have a Moto Maker.

Moto Maker, according to the Motorola website, is a way to build your own Motorola phone using your favorite colors, wallpapers, fonts, accents, cases, memory and more.

In addition, Android Authority said the Moto G will have a great list of features which can make it compete with other high-end phones in the market.

"It may have water resistance, LTE, and come with Android 5.1.1," said the same report

For the Moto X, a similar Engadget report explained that leaks of the upcoming device showed that the monster phone may have a 5.5-inch display.

"Motorola might be headed into LG G4 territory with a big screen in a relatively compact body. Also, the shots support rumors that Motorola would join the likes of HTC by including a front camera flash for those nighttime selfies," explained the same report.

According to Business Today, the company has already sent out invites for its event on July 28 at various locations like New Delhi, in London, New York and San Paulo where it is expected to announce both phones.

As for the price, Android Authority said the Moto G will be pegged at $179.99 which is almost the exact same price of its predecessor despite various notable changes on the device.

On the other hand, the Motorola phone is estimated to cost between $470 to $660.

Many Android and Samsung fans are now excited for the coming of these two devices, as both promise to give users better mobile experience.

"It will be interesting to see how the Moto G fares, along with the X and rumored X Sport that are said to be announced alongside with this device come Tuesday," said Android Authority.

The changes planned to be adapted by Samsung may as well challenged other smartphone makers to develop their devices in the same manner that the company has tried to improve their releases.

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