Moto G5 Plus: unveiled by new renderings, here are the possible specifications
A few weeks after its official presentation, scheduled for February at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, the new one returns to appear online Moto G5 Plus, new mid-range smartphone manufactured by Lenovo under the Motorola brand. The device, partially covered by a cover, is shown in these renderings with a design that incorporates its predecessors.
Note the new central button with integrated fingerprint sensor which has slightly different lines than the Moto G4 Plus, and the posterior chamber which is characterized by a dcompletely renovated design with a circular base that integrates the sensor and the LED flash. From the images that emerged on the net, it would seem that the new Moto G5 Plus will be presented on the market with a body made entirely of metal, thus proposing a solution present in most of the top of the Android range and in many mid-ranges.
From a technical point of view, however, the new Moto G5 Plus will be able to count on a d5.5-inch diagonal AMOLED isplay characterized by a FullHD resolution. To manage the complete operation of the smartphone we will find the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC (the same chipset that we find on the Moto Z Play) which integrates an Octa-Core CPU with a maximum clock of 2 GHz.
The data sheet of the future Moto G5 Plus will be completed with the presence of 4 GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage (with slot for expansion via microSD), one 13 Megapixel rear camera and one 5 Megapixel front. The battery, integrated and not removable, should have a capacity of 3,100 mAh. The new smartphone will arrive on the market with the Android Nougat operating system in version 7.0.
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The Moto G5 (without Plus) that should present technical specifications slightly lower than those indicated for the Moto G5 Plus. For the moment it will be necessary to wait a few more days to get more detailed information on Lenovo’s projects.