The latest in the series of leaks is from Motorola itself. The company recently listed the yet-to-be-announced Motorola Moto G (Gen 3) Moto Maker listing page showing the possible customisation options for the handset. Additionally, the smartphone has also been spotted in a Portuguese promo video. In a separate leak, the Moto X (Gen 3) has been leaked in an image.
According to a Reddit post, Motorola listed the Moto Maker options for its Moto G (2015) showing various customisation alternatives. The page however was pulled down, but not before a Reddit user took screenshot (see below) of the page. The screenshot suggests that the Moto G (2015) will be available two storage/ RAM variants - 8GB (and probably 1GB of RAM), and 16GB with 2GB of RAM, in line with an earlier report. It's also worth noting that since the Moto Maker page listed the new Moto G as the Moto G (2015); we can assume this might be official naming of the handset. However, we will have to still wait for Motorola's Moto event on Tuesday for confirmation.
The Moto Maker listing page hints that the Moto G (2015) will be available with Black and White front panels, much like the Moto G (Gen 2). There will be around 10 rear colour options for the new Moto G alongside 10 metallic accent colours. The Moto Maker page also listed Flip Shell add-on accessory for $19.99.
In another leak, a promo video of Moto G (Gen 3) in Portuguese has made it to the Internet. The video (via 9to5google) in line with the leaked innards of the handset show various features including 5-inch HD display; quad-core processor; 4G support; IPX7 certification; 13-megapixel rear camera with LED flash; 5-megapixel front camera; microSD card support, and dual-SIM support.
Lastly, the new Moto X has also surfaced on the Internet in a leaked image showing the rear of the smartphone. The images comes courtesy a Weibo and shows the rear panel of the Moto X (Gen 3) with silver strip stretching from the rear camera to a Motorola logo near the centre of the smartphone, much like the Moto G (Gen 3).