Motorola has been making news since the start of this year with a ton of devices set for release. A new leak of images reportedly shows panels of the Moto X 2015, Moto G 2015, Motorola Droid and Droid Mini.
Tipster HelloMotoHK has uploaded an image to his Facebook account showing the rear panels of four new devices from Motorola. Going by the image, the four devices will feature one common aspect: the silver-hued metallic part encircling the rear-facing camera unit, LED flash and the Motorola logo. The image also clearly shows the patterned backs of the Droid and Droid Mini smartphones, which looks like a sporty version, says Phone Arena. Interested readers can check out the image on HelloMotoHK’s Facebook account.
The up and coming phones, which are specific to Verizon, have reportedly been approved by the FCC. Therefore, it’s only a matter of time before we hear the official Moto X, G and Droid release dates.
The mid-range Moto G 2015 will reportedly be compatible with the Motorola MotoMaker website, says Phone Arena. Potential buyers will be able to customize their device prior to purchasing it. The Moto X series of handsets is currently the only device accepted by the MotoMaker website.
According to GSM Arena, the smartphone will feature a wallet-friendly 5.0-inch display, helped by 720-pixel resolution. The phone will come powered by a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 chip and backed by 1 GB of RAM. Other key features include 8 GB of built-in storage capacity and a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera. Readers should note that Motorola has not confirmed the specifications and features thus far.
What do you think of the Motorola lineup for 2015? Do you think the company is releasing too many devices in the second half of the year? Will the MotoMaker compatibility make you purchase the Moto G 2015? Feel free to leave a comment.