We do know that Motorola’s third generation Moto G device is about to be revealed to the world real soon, but the thing is, when? Official hardware specifications have not made their way out just yet, so we are still surviving from scraps of rumors here and there. Well, it seems that there is a video that depicts the new version of the Moto G that boasts of a IPX7 certification. In other words, IPX7 certification translates to the handset being able to remain fully submerged in up to 3.28 feet of water up to a length of 30 minutes, without suffering from any kind of damage – theoretically speaking, of course. Isn’t this far more effective than having just nano-coating protection?
Boost Mobile, which so happens to be under the Sprint umbrella, has started to kick off sales of a spanking new Android-powered smartphone that hails from the manufacturing lines of Alcatel. Known as the Alcatel OneTouch Conquest, what separates this particular device from the others would be the fact that it is dust- and water-resistant (thanks to the IP67 certification), making it one of the few handsets from Alcatel to bear that mark. While it might not have the latest version of the Android operating system, at least it comes with Android 5.0 Lollipop right out of the box.