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Motorola Moto G third Generation (2015) images reveal IPX7 certification (water resistance)

21 Jul

Motorola is probably going going to announce a replacement Moto G smartphone later this month, on July 28, after we should additionally see a third-generation Moto X, still as a new Motorola Droid. Until then, though, just in case you are curious if the upcoming Moto G is water resistant , it’s like it is, indeed.

Motorola Moto G Third Generation 2015 IPX7

Motorola Moto G Third Generation 2015 IPX7

Mobile syrup these days printed 2 pictures showing a Moto G (2015) dummy unit that is expected to be showcased in stores across canada, wherever the new phone should be on the market via “at least one carrier”.The photographs shows that the third-gen Moto G is IPX7-cetified, which suggests it’s water resistant (immersion up to one meter for 30 minutes), however not dust-resistant.

The new Motorola Moto G also will accompany 4G LTE, a quad-core Qualcomm snapdragon 410 CPU, 13 MP rear camera and 5 MP front facing camera, microSD card support, and a 2470 mAh battery. Android 5.1 Lollipop will be Pre-installed out of the box.

Motorola Moto G Third Generation 2015

Motorola Moto G Third Generation 2015

Prices for the Motorola Moto G (2015) should begin at below $200 off contract, and that we assume that the smartphone can press on sale shortly after being declared. Who’s going to purchase one?

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