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Moto G 3 renders leaked

Fresh renders of the forthcoming third generation Motorola Moto G have hit the internet.

Just last week alleged images of the Moto G 3 appeared on the internet, along with news of the third generation phone’s specs.

Now TechnoBuffalo has published what appear to be press renders of the device that will probably be referred to as the Moto G (3rd Gen.) by Motorola.

It’s the best look we’ve had of the phone yet, but it confirms details of the earlier images such as that heavily textured rear and rounded element encompassing the camera module and running down to the central Motorola logo.

Moto G 3

From the front, it looks much like the previous Moto G generations.

This latest leak doesn’t provide any news on the Moto G 3’s specs. From last week’s leak we discerned that the phone would come with a 64-bit Snapdragon 410 CPU, a 5-inch 720p display (much like the Moto G 2), and an improved 13-megapixel camera.

Read More: Moto G 3 (2015) release date

We’re not sure when the Moto G 3 will be released, but the Moto G 2 hit shops in September of last year, so we’re probably just a couple of months away from a launch.

Check out how last year’s model fared in our video review below.

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