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The Motorola Moto G is a low-cost smartphone with entry-level specs, but software and hardware that’s good enough to have earned the phone a reputation among budget phone shoppers.

Motorola has launched two models so far, and details about a third-generation model continue to leak. Recently we saw some leaked photos, and now there are some leaked press renderings that give us a better idea of what the phone could look like.

What we still don’t know is when the 2015 Moto G will launch and if it’ll have the same $180 starting price as its predecessors.

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2 replies on “Lilbits 300: Is this the new Moto G (2015)?”

  1. The revealed specs for the 3rd gen Moto G are disappointing. We’re on the 3rd gen, but unlike all other smartphones, there is almost no upgrade in CPU, zero upgrade in RAM, and a downgrade in RAM (16 gb down to 8 gb) from the first generation model.

    The Moto X and E get decent performance upgrades each year. Why is the G series alone being neglected?

    I’m wondering if Lenovo/Motorola is trying to kill of the G series, pushing people just to the E, X or higher end lines?

    Don’t get me wrong, the E and X are great (and so are higher priced models) But I like having the option of a mid-tier, $200 Android phone. A upgraded Moto G would have been a sure mass seller. This model, though, is still stuck in 2013. Any thoughts?

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