Moto G2 to start shipping from September 10th, claims report
Rumors are rife regarding the successor of Moto G that is allegedly dubbed Moto G2. While the speculations claimed that this smartphone will be going official this quarter, we now have the exact launch details of the device. According to GSMArena report, the Moto G2 smartphone will hit the retail shelves on September 10th.
The report also suggest that some of the retailers will be receiving the units of Moto G2 by the end of this month, however its sale is said to start only from September 10th.
In addition to this purported release date, the report also sheds an idea on the possible pricing of the Moto G sequel and according to this the handset will be priced at €250. While this pricing is double than that of the original Moto G launched last year and is 25% more than that of the Moto G 4G variant, so its better to talk the pricing with a pinch of salt.
Going by the previous rumors, the Moto G2 is likely to include a 5-inch HD 720p display and a employ a Snapdragon 400 chipset housing a quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A7 processor coupled with Adreno 305 GPU and 1GB of RAM.
On the imaging department, the Moto G successor is said to come with an 8MP primary snapper paired with 2MP front-facer for making video calling and clicking selfies. Storage wise, the Moto G2 is believed to arrive with 8GB of internal storage space presumably with microSD card slot.
Motorola is hosting a press event on September 4th in Chicago where it will debut the Moto G2 along with Moto X+1, Moto 360 smartwatch and a Bluetooth headset. Stay tuned for more.