Motorola, acquired last year by Lenovo, is expected to use a July 28 event to announce a new generation of Moto G, and perhaps a watch that will succeed the brand’s iconic Moto 360.
The main announcement will likely concern a new Moto G that would use the latest version of Android Lollipop. Photos of the next-gen smartphone have in fact already leaked online.
This third iteration would keep its 5 inch HD (720p) display, operate thanks to a quad-core Snapdragon 410 processor hitting 1.4GHz and have 2GB of RAM. It is also likely to come equipped with two new cameras, a 13MP for the back and 5MP for the front.
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