The clock speed has also been increased from 1.2GHz to 1.4GHz, thanks to the new Cortex A53 architecture. The GPU has been updated as well, from the older Adreno 305 to the newer Adreno 306.
The lower end model has the same 8GB internal storage with 1GB of RAM, but there is a 16GB variant which comes with 2GB of RAM.
Another cool feature of this device is that there is no bloatware to eat up the processing power of your device. Google has done its best to optimize processors for the best possible performance at various levels and the Motorola Moto G3 clearly shows it.
The update started rolling out a month ago, for the premium Nexus devices and according to Gospel Herald, it will now be available for the G2 and G3. Meanwhile, the Motorola Moto G3 was recently considered to be superior to that of an iPhone 6S. You can check out the comparison here.
Stay tuned for more updates on Motorola Moto G3!