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What’s new – Detailed Comparison Moto G (2015) and Moto G (2014)

Motorola comes up with new generation smartphone in Moto G series every year. The new generation phone as the name suggests ought to be loaded with more features as compared to the older version. The mobile lovers are also curious about the new Moto G (2015) and its superiority to Moto G (2014). So, here is the comparison.Click Here for more Motorola Accessories.
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Display – Both the phones have 5 inch display with 720 p resolution and Corning Gorilla Glass.

Processor – The second generation phone is powered by Quad – Core Snapdragon 400 processor topped with Adreno 305 GPU while the third generation phone has Quad-Core Snapdragon 410 processor topped with Adreno 306 GPU.

RAM – The 8 GB 3rd generation phone has 1 GB RAM while the 16 GB version has 2 GB RAM. The 2014 version of the phone has 1 GB RAM.
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Internal Storage – While the company offered only 16 GB version for second generation phone, the new generation phone has both 8 GB as well as 16 GB versions. The second generation phone memory was expandable to 32 GB and that for third generation phone is expandable to 128 GB with micro SD.
Camera – The rear camera is upgraded from 8 MP to 13 MP in this new generation phone. The older version had LED flash with 720 p video recording while the new version has Dual-Tone LED flash with 1080 p video recording. The secondary or front camera is upgraded from 2 MP to 5 MP in this new generation phone.

Colors – Both the phones are offered with black and white color options.

Water Resistance – The older version was not water resistant but the new generation phone is designed to be IP X 7 water resistant which means it can stay in 3 feet water for 30 minutes without being damaged.
All other features are same.

 
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