Leaked Moto G photos show off fingerprint sensor
Photos of this year's Moto G handset have appeared online, showing off a fingerprint sensor and some other design elements.
Photos have appeared online of the upcoming Moto G 2016, which give us an idea of its design and indicate that it will have a fingerprint scanner.
Beneath the screen, we see a fingerprint scanner, which may also double as a home button. The phone has a rubberised plastic back and a longer camera sensor on the rear. Underneath the camera sensor, we see a two-tone flash as well as two unidentified camera sensors above.
Specs for the Moto G and Moto G Plus have also been posted courtesy of Roland Quandt on Twitter. Both handsets are tipped to feature a 5.5-inch display and will come with 16GB of storage; the camera seems to be the difference. The Moto G Plus will have a 16MP rear-facing camera, while the Moto G will have a 13MP sensor.
The Moto G Plus is expected to retail for around €280, while the Moto G will cost around €240.