Motorola has rolled out its latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the Moto G Turbo Edition in India, just a month after it went on sale. The update weighs in at just over 450MB, and it brings a whole host of new features and welcome improvements.
Moto G (2015)
Motorola today launched a faster variant of the Moto G in Mexico — just four months after the 3rd gen. Moto G went on sale. Dubbed Moto G Turbo Edition, the handset comes with a faster processor and quick charging support.
The Moto G (2015) is possibly going to be the hottest smartphone in the budget smartphone segment in developing countries like India and Brazil for at least the next few months. Considering the performance that the handset is able to deliver at a price point of only $200, this should not really come as a surprise.
In 2013, Motorola tried scripting a comeback with its new flagship handset — the Moto X. The device packed in many unique features and ran a version of Android that was close to stock, which is something that Android enthusiasts have always craved for.
Motorola has just unveiled the 3rd generation Moto G in India. Compared to its predecessor, the Moto G 2015 is an upgrade in every department, except for in the chipset department.
At an event in Delhi today, Motorola unveiled the 3rd generation Moto G. The mid-range handset competes with other devices in the same segment not just in terms of specs, but by also offering many other customisation options and features.
The upcoming Moto G (2015) hasn’t necessarily been the best-kept secret from Motorola leading up to this point, but for those that might be looking forward to this device, that’s not a bad thing.
Earlier in June, the first images of what was believed to be the Moto G (2015) were surfaced online. And now, thanks to a new render of the handset, the design for the upcoming mid-range handset seems to be confirmed.