Life is a little strange, don’t you think so? Back in the day before smartphones became the norm, having an all day battery life was laughable. In fact, it would be anathema if your handset’s battery could not even last a single day, let alone two. Nokias back then were able to last for up to 5 or 6 days, depending on the amount of talking that you do (or how many hours of Snake have you enjoyed), but these days, it would be considered great if you could go through your daily motions on a smartphone without having to charge it up at least once in 24 hours. The third generation Moto G could very well be able to do so, it seems.
It was reported before that the third generation Moto G would arrive with a 2,470 mAh battery in tow, but it seems that an image that depicts a Moto G (2015) price card – (sans the pricing, actually) also claims that the phone’s battery is able to “power you through a full day.” Not the most impressive, but still, it ain’t chump change, either.
The latest image also points to this upcoming Moto G device to be made available over in Canada via Telus, although chances are pretty good that the other carriers will also put the handset up for sale, too. We do look forward to the July 28th date where it has been whispered that this is when this handset would be released.