Leaked images reveal the Moto G2 ahead of next week’s launch
Some leaked images posted by HellomotoHK supposedly reveal the Motorola Moto G successor ahead of its 4th September launch event. The leak follows some clear Moto X+1 renders which were revealed less than a week ago by @evleaks.
The images of the purported Moto G2 handset show the front and rear, as well as the changeable shells of the unannounced device. Going from the leaked pictures, the handset will sport dual speaker grilles, on the top and bottom of the display, similar to the Moto E, a circular primary camera with an LED flash, and a non-removable battery.
HellomotoHK also claims that the handset will have dual-SIM capability, with added microSD card support. The device does not look too dissimilar to the original device, retaining its sleek and curved body, and the back cover is swappable for colour and design customisation.
Other rumours about the device include that it will sport a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, a 5-inch HD display, an 8MP rear camera, 16GB of storage, 1GB of RAM and Android 4.4.4. It is expected to launch at around the same $179 budget price point of the original.
The Hong Kong based leakster has obtained accurate information on Motorola devices in the past, so it looks likely that the images are the real deal. Regardless, there’s not long to wait until we see the device officially announced with official pricing and availability information.