There have been a number of leaks over the past month which have either shown off possible designs of upcoming Motorola phones or leaked some of the specs. Just last week there was an image posted which appeared to show off an image of the Moto G 2015 dummy phone set to be displayed in a Canadian carrier store, and on the front face of the dummy phone it listed off a number of different specifications that are to be expected of the device to be which included things like a 13MP rear camera as well as a 5MP front camera, and an IPx7 rating for water resistance, all improvements over last year’s model of the Moto G.
There was also a leak on Motorola’s upcoming 2015 Moto X which surfaced recently alleging to show off front and back images of the phone in the most clear view yet. While these are all still just leaks, we should be getting closer and closer to the official launches of the Motorola devices, which are speculated to be happening at the Motorola event happening next week. The latest leak though, is a video from Brazilian retailer Americanas shows off what looks like the Moto G in a promo which lists off some more specifications, further giving credence to the earlier specs leaks we’ve seen.
The text within the promo video is in Spanish, but some things are listed in English making it easy to pick out bits and pieces of the specs that have been listed previously. On an earlier leak, the new Moto G was said to have quad-core processor, and it’s also listed as having a quad-core in this video although it doesn’t mention in which one. Durability is also mentioned, as is the inclusion of a 5-inch HD screen. You can also pick out other previously mentioned details like Android Lollipop being the software version as well as 4G LTE support, the 13MP camera is mentioned as is the front facing 5MP camera and the microSD card. There’s even going to be different colored Motorola shells you can replace the back cover with for customization which probably means it’ll be available via Moto Maker. (we noticed six) One thing which is likely just for the Brazilian and other Latin American markets as well as other international regions is the Dual SIM capability as we don’t tend to see that in U.S. versions of devices. If you want to view all the details for yourself, you can view the video from the source link below.