As the announcement date of Motorola's third-generation Moto G is getting closer, we're learning more and more about the upcoming handset.
The latest info regarding the Moto G (2015) is related to its battery. As previously reported, the device should come with a 2470 mAh battery. Now, thanks to an image showing a Moto G (2015) price card - which actually doesn't reveal any prices - we also know that the phone's battery can "power you through a full day." While that's not exactly impressive (other smartphones, like some of Sony's Xperias, are able to offer two-day battery life), it's not bad, either.
The new image also confirms that the third-gen Moto G will be available in Canada via Telus, but other carriers will probably sell the handset, too.
The Moto G (2015) will run Android 5.1 Lollipop, being powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 410 (or maybe 610) processor. It looks like there will be two distinct versions of the new Moto G: one featuring a 5-inch 1080p display, 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of internal memory, and another one with a 5-inch 720p screen, 1 GB of RAM, and 8 GB of storage space. Both should be water-resistant (IPX7-certified), coming with 13 MP and 5 MP cameras (rear and front).
Motorola is seemingly planning to announce the Moto G (2015) next week, on July 28. The third-gen Moto X, plus a new Moto Droid could also be unveiled on that day.