The Moto G 5G is a new smartphone from Motorola set to launch soon. Specs and images have leaked in the past few days but it appears one major specification has been incorrect.
According to Adam Conway of XDA Developers, the Moto G 5G will not come with a Snapdragon 690 processor as previously reported but the Snapdragon 750G processor. This is the same chipset that powers the Mi 10T Lite and the Galaxy A42 5G.
The info which was revealed on Twitter also includes other specs such as a 60Hz FHD display with a punch hole, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of expandable storage, and NFC. The phone will come with a 48MP Samsung GM1 main sensor, an 8MP Samsung S5K4HZ telephoto sensor, and a 2MP OmniVision OV02B10 depth sensor. The 16MP selfie camera is also supplied by OmniVision (OV16A1Q).
A reply to Adam’s tweet by Mishaal Rahman, the Editor-in-Chief of XDA Developers, also adds some other details such as the screen being 6.6-inches in size with a 2400 x 1080 resolution, a 5000mAh battery, a Google Assistant button, and a Verizon version.
There will be four variants of the phone with the following model numbers – XT2113-1, XT2113-2, XT2113-3, and XT2113-5.
There is still no info on when the phone will be announced but when it does it should be more affordable than the Moto G 5G Plus or Moto One 5G as it is known in the US.
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