Just a short while ago we were treated to this 2015 Moto X leak — revealing the front-facing flash for selfies, and containing a strange report on a purported fingerprint scanner, and its weird placing — and now we’re looking at its cheaper sibling, the 2015 Moto G (after a previous carrier leak detailing specs and waterproofing). We first heard about the 2015 Moto Maker with the occasion of a July 14 Evan Blass leak, and today’s report seems to confirm what we’ve previously heard, and shed some light on additional details.

There’s no way in verifying whether we’re looking at an official slide, demo, or a mock-up, fan-made picture, or even a fake, so we’ll advise you to treat it with the usual dose of skepticism.

8- and 16GB storage options are listed alongside 2GB of RAM (which is strange, cause we’ve been hearing a lot about a 1GB variant as well, which appears to not be listed — maybe left out of the Moto Maker program?) for the hardware details. Five color options are mentioned for the FlipShell accessories, which will allegedly cost $19.99, $10 less than what they cost for the 2nd generation Moto G.

As far as the colors in the 2015 Moto G Moto Maker are concerned, according to the leak, there will be two main front colors (black and white), in addition to ten rear housing color options (as seen in the image above). There will also purportedly be ten color options for accents (for the speaker grill and Motorola logo dimple) on the upcoming device so you can create it the way you want it, in addition to ten wallpaper options to match with your color scheme.


Here’s a better looking image, posted on Reddit.

Moto G 2015 Moto Maker

Source: Reddit

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