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MotoMaker options for upcoming Moto G leaked

The release of the third generation Moto G (together with other Motorola goodies like the new Moto X and a 2nd gen Moto 360) is just a few days away, and so the rumors and leaks are at an all-time high. The new information we’ve been able to get today is thanks to @evleaks, and it’s all about the different options, mostly regarding color, that people will be able to have if they buy the new Moto G through the MotoMaker.

Next Moto X to have a front flash, might have a fingerprint sensor

More rumors, leaks, and images are expected to be seen especially that Motorola's July 28 announcement is getting closer. We've seen a number of purported images of both the Moto X and Moto G already but we're still not sure which of them are for real or fake. We already know there's going to be a 3rd gen Moto G as we already mentioned more than a week ago and that it will be unveiled in Brazil also on the 28th.

Motorola Moto Hint Bluetooth headset 2nd gen now on Best Buy

Motorola released their very own Bluetooth headset last year together with the new Moto X. Calling it the Moto Hint, it was a good ergonomic fit for our ears and it was tiny enough to not call much attention to itself. However, there was one major problem with it: the audio connection wasn’t great at all, which kind of defeats the purpose of the device. But now, the OEM has quietly released the second generation Moto Hint, and they say it should be better with the new technology they used for it.

Possible new Motorola Droid leaked

It’s right about time for us to be talking about what Motorola has up its sleeve, after all the big boys have shown their cards. Right about now, people are probably talking about what this new leaked image by Hong Kong-based Moto fan page “Hellomotohk” is. Will this be the new Droid coming out? Motorola has been relatively successful with its Droid line recently, so people are getting excited to know what the next one in line will be like.

We got the specs of the upcoming 2015 Moto G

There is no argument whatsoever that the 2014 version of the Moto G was one of – if not THE top budget phone in the market last year, and that is all to Motorola’s credit. It had to be better than the 2013 version of the Moto G, already reigning at that point as Motorola’s best-selling phone and one of the most popular smartphones ever made. But the 2014 Moto G was all of that – with a larger screen (and HD 720p at that), better camera, a snappy Android 4.4.4 Kitkat UI and the USD$180 price point, users and industry pundits alike were still claiming that this was the best smartphone you could buy under USD$200. The question now is, can this year’s version hold that trend?
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