Friday, May 15, 2015

Existence of Motorola's Moto G 2015 confirmed on flipkart

Motorola's Moto G is probably one of the best smartphone success stories for the company that previously hit a rough patch in the smartphone world , the mid range device sold in the thousands if not millions in almost all regions of the world - with a timely update cycle and solid the phone was excellent , but with time , the Snapdragon 400 chip showed its age along with the 1GB of RAM that was one of the main complains when it came to multitasking ,but now according to new rumors RAM and the processor issues are probably going to be solved in the 2015 edition .


Flipkart India has leaked details of the upcoming device on its website , the model , which is listed as AP3560AD1K8 is a clear deparure from Motorola's previous X------- model series indicating that the new phone will be based on a all new platform .Further details are not available , but the storage option of 8GB for the base model is listed - which is a typical storage size used by Motorola for the past two iterations . The upcoming phone is rumored to come with 2GB of RAM - a major step up from the previous 1GB versions found with the Snapdragon 400 Soc , the processor is also said to be upgraded , the 64bit chip is said to be a 1.7Ghz Qualcomm snapdragon 610 Soc -which is a Quad core chipset based on the Cortex A53 design . Apart from the new processor and ram the display is also set to get a upgrade to 1080p resolution , the screen size is still a mystery , but we expect it to be somewhere in the 5 - 5.2" range , LTE is also said to be available , but we have a strong feeling that the base model 8GB version might be a 3G only version like in the past .The rest of the specs are said to be unaffected , and so you can expect the same rear camera module , as well as a 2390 mAh battery inside . further details about the device are unknown , but Motorola says the next version will follow their yearly update cycle so expect it to be available in the August-September time frame .

Written by Rakitha for MasHD

Source - androidheadlines

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