Moto G5 Plus: technical specifications confirmed by a real photo
In the coming weeks, Lenovo will unveil the new mid-range Moto G5 Plusa very interesting smartphone that will have the task of challenging the competition of other excellent mid-range devices such as the various smartphones from Huawei and Honor that are monopolizing this market segment.
On the net, in these hours, she appeared a new real image that depicts a first example of the new Moto G5 Plus whose display is covered by a film that summarizes and, therefore, practically confirms the technical specifications of the new smartphone. It is important to underline that the image shown below refers to a model that will be sold in South America and, in particular, in Brazil.
According to what we learn from the photo, the new Moto G5 Plus will have a 5.2-inch diagonal display featuring FullHD resolution (still unknown the technology used for the panel) flanked by a Octa-Core SoC with 2 GHz maximum clock. Although there is no precise information, such a SoC may be the well known Snapdragon 625, a guarantee of excellent all-round performance. To complete the technical specifications also one 12 megapixel rear camera and a 3,000 mAh battery with TurboPower for fast charging. Also note the presence of a front fingerprint sensor, NFC support and an unspecified “Motorola Experience” which could be a reference to a new UX that will debut with the new Moto G5 Plus.
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According to the insider Roland Quandt, the new Moto G5 Plus will be able to count on one rear camera with Sony IMX362 sensor, with PDAF, and focal ratio of well f / 1.7. The sensor would be able to record videos with a maximum resolution of 4K and a frame rate of 30 fps. The front chamber features a 5 Megapixel OmniVision OV5695 F2.2 sensor.
To complete the technical data sheet of the new smartphone produced by Lenovo there will be 4 GB of RAM memory as well as an internal memory, expandable via microSD, equal to 32 GB. The device will arrive on the market already with Android Nougat.