The new Motorola Moto G3 (3rd Gen) is already in our hands – We’ve prepared some photos so you can check it out in detail

handsAlthough the official announcement of Motorola Moto G3 will be held in New York, on 28th of July, we’ve already got our hands on it. And it is gorgeous.

Motorola continues to rule the mid-range class, and G3 is just the next perfectly balanced phone in terms of price – performance – quality. Actually, the build quality is nothing less than that of a flagship device and perhaps even surpasses most of them.

Keep an eye on us for more interesting info on the matter and don’t forget to come back to on the 28th of July so we can watch and discuss the Motorola event together. Right after the event, we’ll publish our Motorola Moto G3’s detailed review – we have a lot more interesting tests to share with you and we can’t wait to do it.

But before that, take a look at some detailed photos of the device:

Motorola Moto G (3rd Gen, 2015) review – the new flagship in the mid-range

Check the current price of Motorola Moto G (3rd Gen, 2015) here:








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8 years ago

What about the specs? Will there be 2 versions as leaks said?

Vadim Banev
8 years ago
Reply to  vGuides

We’re currently in the process of acquiring that information and we’ll put it up as soon as possible. We’ll be updating as we go, so stay tuned!

8 years ago
Reply to  Vadim Banev

Can you upload the CPU-Z screenshot?

8 years ago

You erased the FCC ID from the screenshot. The FCC ID is same to all Moto G 2015 models, and by having it, we can check on the FCC website for more information.
You do not hide the FCC ID.

8 years ago

What’s the material at the back? Is it rubberized like Nexus 5 or just hard plastic?

Abhijeet Nagawade
8 years ago

There will be 2 versions 1 with 1GB RAM and 8GB ROM another with 2GB RAM and 16GB ROM

8 years ago

Have they removed the dual front stereo speakers ? cos the design is similar to moto e 1st generation ( Having only one speaker at the bottom )

8 years ago

Still can’t change battery!? A company without battery replacement policy beyond warranty don’t do this. Big mistake.