The Motorola Moto G is hogging the spotlight now that the Nexus 5 is out of its way and not only has its specifications shown up on the web, but we have also come across a picture that gives us a clear view of the phone. It appears to be a mid-range device and will apparently be available for free with a contract in the US.
In case you have doubts about the authenticity of the leaked image, let us tell you that it has been uploaded on the web by none other than our trusted source, @evleaks. Some of the essential details have been revealed, according to which the device’s front panel will be dominated by a decent 4.7-inch multi-touch display capable of rendering visuals in 720p resolution.
Motorola Moto G: S4 Pro (1.5GHz x 4), 4.7" 720p, 8GB or 16GB, 8MP, LG-made 1950mAh, starts free on contract [via tip] pic.twitter.com/0lJPnbMEsr
— @evleaks (@evleaks) October 31, 2013
As for the internal memory of the gadget, you can expect either 8GB or 16GB of hoarding space, but nothing has been mentioned about an expansion slot. And considering that the Moto X lacks a microSD card slot, we are not expecting it to be present in the Moto G either. Snap-happy users may like the addition of an 8MP snapper.
And what’s more, the Motorola smartphone could pack in a punch in the form of a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor which sprints at a speed of 1.5GHz. It will obviously rock the Android OS, but we are not sure if it will stick to Jelly Bean or offer a taste of the newly launched KitKat platform. A 1950mAh battery could also be found under the hood.
This is all that we know about the Motorola Moto G as of now and we will be back with more details as soon as we get hold of them.