Motorola caused quite a stir with the Moto G last year, with the handset going on to become the manufacturer's most successful smartphone to date. If the image above is legitimate, it looks like Motorola is planning to launch a successor to the device soon.
The folks over at Mellando no Android claim to have the dirt on the successor to the Moto G, which will allegedly be called the Moto G2 and bear a model number XT 1068 (the first-gen Moto G featured a model number XT 1032). The image of the device, which looks to be a prototype unit, suggests that Motorola is taking design cues from the Moto E, which sees a frontal speaker grille being incorporated onto the Moto G2.
The website also divulged partial specs of the handset, which include a Snapdragon 400 CPU, 720p display, 8 MP camera and dual-SIM functionality. The 8 MP camera is a noticeable upgrade from the 5 MP unit that was present on the first-generation Moto G.
The design of the Moto G2 does look interesting in that Motorola is looking for a greater confluence in design across its products, but until the time we see an official confirmation, we suggest you take the news with a grain of salt.
What features would you be interested in seeing on the successor to the Moto G?
Source: Mellando no Android