Leaked Teaser Suggests Better Battery On New Motorola Phone

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Motorola seems to have the public on the edge of their seats awaiting the next lineup of handsets, which will be the 4th generation of the Moto X, the Moto G, and the Moto E, slated for a release sometime later on this year. Yesterday Motorola sent out a teaser image on their Motorola India Twitter account which is thought to be talking about the new Moto G slated for launch later this year, and today some other teaser images have been discovered which suggest more details about the upcoming device, although it is worth mentioning that none of the details actually give out any specifics on specs or hardware.

It's also worth noting that the teaser images focused on here seem to have been posted prior to the teaser image from yesterday's post, one having been from May 1st and another from April 30th, and one more from April 29th. When it comes to the other tweets, one suggests that the new Motorola device will come with improved battery life for consumers, complete with the "missing" hashtag that was seen on yesterday's tweet, and reading "with better battery, no more missing out!" Improved battery life is always an important factor to users these days as smartphones have become the single connected device for many people, so they need it to last them all day and then some.

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Another tweet posted hints at better performance on this upcoming Motorola device while one final tweet (the one from April 29th) seems to hint at better security for the device, which could suggest a fingerprint sensor as an added layer of security. That is just speculation of course. While these teasers do paint a picture of what users may be able to expect from whatever new Motorola device is to launch next, they are vague enough to leave a little mystery. Motorola India has also announced an event that is set to take place on the 17th of this month, which is likely when they will unveil the new device that they're currently teasing via Twitter. Whether or not it will end up being the 4th gen Moto G is still unclear, though.