More and more details on the unreleased Moto G (2015) smartphone are coming out. Fresh rumors state that the Moto G's release date has been set as July 28. It is also expected to support the MotoMaker customization service.

Moto G (2015) 3D renders have surfaced recently, revealing that the newer model would appear quite similar to the Moto G (2014). According to GSM Arena, citing a Portuguese source, the third-generation handset will be released on July 28 in Brazil. It will be priced at $287 and then will be rolled out in other markets.

The $287 pricing may seem costly, but in Brazil, handsets carry higher price tags. When the Moto G (2015) is released for international markets, it will be priced like the Moto G from the previous year.

The MotoMaker customization feature that is exclusively available for designing the Moto X models will be also available for the third-generation Moto G, revealed evleaks through a tweet. Evleaks is well-known for spilling the beans on the features of forthcoming handsets.

The MotoMaker feature will allow users to customize the appeal of the Moto G (2015) before buying it. Rumors have it that several back-panel options and color accents for the handset will be available.

The Motorola Moto G (2015) will be an IPx7-certified handset that will be protected from damage even if it falls in up to one meter of water for 30 minutes. The display of the device will be of 5 inches and it will support HD resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels. On the rear, it will be featuring a 13 MP camera whereas on the front, it will be fitted with a 5 MP selfie camera.

Another interesting thing about the Moto G (Gen 3) is that there will be two models featuring different amounts of RAM. The 1 GB of RAM variant will be coming with 8 GB of native storage, while the 16 GB variant will carry 2 GB of RAM, revealed another GSM Arena report. The handset will be powered by Snapdragon 410 and equipped with a battery of 2,470 mAh capacity. As of this writing, none of the aforementioned information of Moto G (2015) has been confirmed by Lenovo or Motorola.