Motorola’s third-generation Moto G 2015 is gearing up for release, and many specifications and key features have been revealed via leaks from various sources. But now, two reports disclose the device's housed RAM unit and the water-proofing features.

What’s New?

Even though the Moto G 2015 has been the rumor mill’s favorite topic, there was never a confirmation specific to the RAM unit. The leaks have been split equally between the possibility of 1 GB and 2 GB of RAM. But now, the prominent Indian import-export tracker database named Zauba has the answer. A total of 190 units of the Moto G 2015 have reportedly been sent from Hong Kong to India. Among the 190 units, half were white in color, while the others were black, said Phone Arena. In general, new smartphones and tablets reach India, prior to the release, for evaluation and testing in the local offshore development/testing centers.

Going by the Zauba database listing, the third-generation Moto G will feature 2 GB of RAM configuration. Other listed features include an 8 GB of built-in storage capacity and a display size of 5.0 inches.

On the other hand, a new report says the Moto G 2015 will indeed be water-resistant, as rumored earlier. Not many mid-range devices come with this useful feature. The site Mobile Syrup has uploaded two photos of the Moto G 2015’s dummy unit, which is believed to be showcased across stores in Canada. One of the photos clearly indicates that the device is IPX7-cetified. This means it's water-resistant and it can survive an immersion of up to 1 meter for a duration of 30 minutes. However, it’s not dust-proof, notes Phone Arena. Nonetheless, readers should note that, Motorola has not officially confirmed the Moto G 2015 specifications thus far.

Moto G 2015 Price, Release Date

The pricing goes, the Moto G 2015’s white variant has been priced at $240, while the black variant will set the buyers back by $238. The handset will be introduced on July 28 in New York City. The high-end Moto X and DROID smartphones will also be unveiled at the same event, notes Phone Arena.