Ever since the Motorola Moto G (3rd gen) started showing up over the past weeks, it's been rumored to be a very minor upgrade, sporting a Snapdragon 410 chipset and bumping camera resolution to 13MP, while keeping the single gig of RAM and most other innards.
A listing on a Spanish retail site now briefly suggested otherwise, hinting at a more powerful Snapdragon 610 and twice the RAM. There was a €199 price tag to go along with the specs too. Unfortunately for those hoping for more serious chipset, the listing has been subsequently edited to be in line with past leaks and the price has been removed.
So for now, the general consensus remains around a 5-inch 720p display, 64-bit Snapdragon 410 SoC with a 1.4GHz quad-core CPU and 1GB of RAM. The primary camera resolution looks like the most important upgrade over the 8MP imager of the predecessor, though selfie-loving crowd should appreciate the 5MP front unit, as opposed to the basic 2MP unit of the Moto G (2nd gen).
waiting for the launch. .
Moto G3 very expensive. Moto G3 1gb ram varient price 13,000 & 2gb varient price 15,000
well it is not a problem of 512 mb or 1 gb of ram android main issue is optimization just that...thats why multitasking doesnt work as should be. and insted of get tour app where u left off..it will reload again wich is stupid.... used to use ios and...