The midrange Moto G made a huge impact when the device was released in 2013. Needless to say, the anticipation surrounding the 2014 version was sky high and Motorola did not disappoint. However, now, the third-generation Moto G 2015 is gearing up to replace the 2014 version. Meanwhile, a new set of images of the upcoming Motorola device has surfaced showing the smartphone like never before.

NWE has uploaded a range of Moto G 2015 renders showing the device in white. The images have been captured in higher resolution from various angles. Unlike other leaks, these images help show an overall picture of the Moto G 2015’s new design. Interested readers can check out the amazing renders from NWE Website.

GSM Arena reported the device will feature a pocket-friendly 5-inch display, aided by 720p screen resolution. Under the hood, the handset will be powered by a 64-bit (Qualcomm Snapdragon 410) SoC. In comparison, the 2014 version comes with a Snapdragon 400 on board. But then, the RAM configuration of 1 GB apparently will be maintained in the successor as well.

In the same way, the 8 GB of built-in storage configuration seen in the Moto G 2014 reportedly will be continued in the new model. However, at this point there’s no information available on whether other memory options will be available. When it comes to camera configuration, the new device will reportedly sport a 13 megapixel rear-facing unit as opposed to the 8 MP seen in the predecessor.

GSM Arena also reported the 13 MP sensor on the Moto G 2015 will be complemented by a dual-LED flash. Moreover, there will also be a generous 5 MP front-facing snapper unit for capturing selfies. The site also says, in addition to the single-SIM variant, there will also be a dual-SIM model.

Speaking of Moto G 2015 release date, in general, the Moto G series of handsets’ launch cycle has always been in fall . GSM Arena said the upcoming device will follow suit. Nonetheless, readers should note Motorola has not confirmed the Moto G 2015 specifications.

In the meantime, readers can check out one of the Moto G 2015 renders here: