Motorola Moto G2 Likely to be Replaced by its Successor Soon!

The Motorola Moto G2, also known as the Moto G second generation, released in September last year! Motorola launched the device approximately ten months after the launch of the first-generation Moto G.  Following the same trend, the third-generation device is likely to release this July.

The American tech giant had recently released an upgraded variant of the Moto G2, featuring 4G LTE compatibility, alongside an improved camera and a larger touchscreen with better visuals! This is what makes the phone alluring and is perhaps the reason behind an increasing customer base.

Although, the features are not far superior but certainly makes up for the moolah with the bigger screen size, physically. There are a few downsides to the phone when compared to the first generation model, such as grainy sound quality and a poor battery life.

The additional tech specs are probably a reason for draining the battery life. But Motorola has learned how to maintain the fine balance with its upgraded G2 variant by providing exciting features. Apart from 4G LTE connectivity, the major add-on is the model being supported by Android 5.0 Lollipop with a probable free upgrade to Android 5.1 Lollipop.

Due to it bearing practically most of the features, same as that of current flagship Smartphone in the market during its launch it is obvious why the buyers made a beeline for having a slice of the pie. Motorola Moto G2 is undoubtedly, one of the most value for money phones and hence a happening device in Electronics and Telecom sector.

The exterior appeal of the smartphone is promising as it features a 5-inch display, sporting 720 x 1280 pixel screen resolution, which is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It draws power from a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset with a powerful 1.2 GHz quad-core processor, which leads to smooth functioning even while multi-tasking with several apps.

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