Promotional snapshots of the alleged Moto G (3rd Gen) have surfaced online revealing key design elements of Motorola's upcoming phone.
An anonymous tipster has passed on numerous press renders of Motorola Moto G (2015) to a gadget blog Techno Buffalo. In the image, the new device's front-side looks tad similar to its predecessor. The placement of speaker grills on the top and the bottom is uncanny, but the similarity ends once it's get flipped to its rear-side.
On the white-hued back-side, the device features three new design elements inspired from two flagship phones. For instance, on the top, where the earphone-jack and the mic are placed, there is a discernible curvy edge flowing to the rear-side in the middle similar to the 2014 flagship smartphone Moto X (2 Gen). In another instance, the silver strip featuring camera module with LED flash (below) which extends to the middle culminating with Motorola's trademark batwing logo, looks inspired from the LG G4's back-panel sans the power-and volume rockers.
Another notable inclusion is the textured (diagonally striped) back-panel. It looks refreshing compared to the Moto G (2 Gen), which had smooth surface but looked generic and inferior in quality [View the Moto G (3rd Gen) image, HERE]
Few days ago, a hands-on video of an alleged Moto G (3rd Gen) with similar features had leaked online, and back then we had raised some concerns over the authenticity of the device in the clip, but with the emergence of this new press renders, it looks like a sure thing.
As of now, nothing is set on stone. Motorola is yet to respond to the speculations twirling in the Internet. So we advise our readers to take this report with the proverbial pinch of salt.