Motorola can be a complicated beast these days. For a start, the company is now owned by Lenovo but it still sports the Moto naming. If that wasn’t confusing enough, you then have all the different models and there are a lot.
At the top end of Moto’s offering is the Motorola Moto X, which comes in XForce, X Play and X Style variants. Head to the bottom end and you’ll find the Moto E, providing a very affordable option. Sitting bang in the middle is the Moto G, which is the device this feature is all about. The third generation of Moto G was released in 2015 and as you might expect, the fourth-gen model is expected for 2016.
The rumour mill is currently spinning out teasers for the 2016 model of theMotorola Moto G. We’ve compiled everything there is to know so far and will be updating this feature as more rumours appear comes in, so you know exactly what to you might be able to expect.