Moto G 2015 Specs

The Moto G, now in its third generation, is positioned as a mid-range vanilla Android experience at a really great price. It’s water-resistant, has interchangeable back plates, and has a front-facing speaker that is loud and clear. It’s powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 quad-core CPU with the Adreno 306 GPU. Depending on capacity (8 and 16GB are available), the phone has 1 or 2GB of RAM. The 13MP camera can take 1080p video, and the display is 5.0″ at 720p resolution.

Screen
5.0″
720×1280, 294ppi

Camera
13MP
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Power, Memory
Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410, Adreno 306
1GB/2GB RAM

full-battery-512 Battery
2470mAh

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Reviewers say: Battery life on the Moto G is fantastic, as is the performance. Fit and finish is above expectations for this price point, but the camera produces inconsistent results. Another downside for this phone is the display, which is only 720p resolution and offers “dull” colors. But ultimately, it’s hard to fault the Moto G 2015 due to its incredible price.

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Launch

Announced Released Android Version Skin
July 2015 July 2015 Android 5.1.1 None

Camera

Aperture Photo Resolution Optical Image Stabilization? Video Capture Front
f/2.0 4128x3096 (13MP) No  [email protected] 5MP

Performance

CPU Cores Speed RAM ROM GPU
Qualcomm MSM8916 Snapdragon 410 4 1.4GHz Cortex-A53 1/2GB 8/16GB Adreno 306

Communications

WiFi Bluetooth LTE NFC? SIM Type
802.11 b/g/n v4.0 Yes No Micro, Single

Battery

Capacity Talk Time Fast-Charging? Wireless Charging? Removable?
2470mAh  17hrs No No No

Dimensions

Weight Height Width Thickness
5.47 oz (155 grams) 5.59″ (142.1mm) 2.85″ (72.4mm) 0.46″ (11.6mm)

Updated: August 14, 2015

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Jonathan Samson
Jonathan Samson

Jon has spent time working in all sorts of industries, including finance and technology. He likes both of those things and wants to write about how mobile companies make money and how that impacts the products they sell. He also likes cats.

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