Moto G 5G launched in Europe, the first 5G mid-range smartphone from Motorola. It features a dual punch-hole selfie camera and Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC. The base variant of the phone starts from £349 which is around Rs 29,500. Earlier it is said to be Motorola Edge lite but Motorola introduced as a Moto G 5G plus.
Moto G 5G Plus Specifications
Moto G 5G features a 6.7 inches Full HD+ resolution display with the aspect ratio of 21:9. Motorola provides a 90Hz refresh rate panel instead of standard 60Hz and dual punch-hole selfie camera on the top right side corner of the phone. In terms of camera, the phone equipped with a Quad rear camera setup that includes Samsung GM1 48 megapixel sensor, 8-megapixel Ultrawide lens, 5-megapixel macro lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor.
|Device||Motorola Moto G 5G Plus|
|Chipset||Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G|
|Internal storage capacity||64GB/128GB|
|Display||6.7 inches IPS LCD, 90Hz Refresh Rate|
|Resolution||1080 x 2520 pixels|
|Rear Camera||48 MP (Primary) + 8 MP (Ultrawide)|
+ 5 MP (Macro) + 2 MP (Depth)
|Front camera||16 MP ( Primary ) + 8 MP ( Ultrawide )|
|Battery||5000 mAh Battery|
|Charging||20W Fast Charging|
|Operating System||Android 10|
The device is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G SoC with Adreno 620 GPU that enables 5G support on the phone. Motorola G 5G plus packs with a massive 5000 mah battery and 20W Fast charging. Users also have an option to expand the storage using a dedicated microSD card slot. It includes other features like side-mounted fingerprint, splash resistant, and runs on Android 10 out of the box.
Moto G 5G Plus Price and Launch Date in India
The company launched variant two variants of Moto G 5G plus, which includes a base variant of 4GB RAM + 64GB storage costs £349 ( around Rs 29,500 ), while the price of the upper variant of the phone starts at £399 of 6GB RAM + 128GB storage. Motorola has not yet clear whether the Motorola Moto G Plus will also be launched in India. What’re your views on Moto G 5G plus, are you satisfied with the price or not? Let me know in the comment section.