Upcoming Moto G 5G appears in first renders
Motorola is about to add another member to its Moto G line and it's going to be the first one with 5G connectivity. The latest leak from Evan Blass gives us our first look at the Moto G 5G. The phone features a tall and narrow display with dual punch-hole cutouts with actual space between the two selfie cams, which will likely be masked through software to display a black bar.
We can also spot a side-mounted fingerprint scanner below the volume rocker on the right side while the back features a quad camera setup with a 48MP primary camera. The cameras are housed in a rectangular cutout which would be a first for a Motorola device.
Given that it’s a member of the Moto G line, the phone will likely be the most affordable 5G entry in the company's lineup and is rumored to run on the Snapdragon 765 chipset. That’s all we have for now but we’ll make sure to inform you of any new developments.
Just hope the back panel is of nice built and designed modernly. Everytime MOTO tries to compromise on back panels quality/RAM/Display People are ready to shell out money so please try to give something good
- 06 Jul 2020
Ooh, nice. Dual punch hole without the blackout
- 01 Jul 2020
I don't know if its an issue or not but considering that call recording is added as a native feature in Android 11, it must be extremely popular.
- 01 Jul 2020