Motorola seems to be working on a 5G smartphone in the Moto G series. A render shows the design of the device, where especially the double selfie camera stands out on the screen.
View the Motorola Moto G 5G render
The usually well-entered smartphone contender Evan Blass (Evleaks on Twitter) has put a render of the Motorola Moto G 5G online. While the image is rather blurry, we do see the design of the yet-to-be-announced Android phone. Striking is the double camera hole in the top left corner of the screen, which contains the two selfie cameras.
It is unclear which lenses Motorola chooses, but it may be, for example, that in addition to a normal selfie camera, a depth sensor is present for better portrait selfies. A wide-angle lens is also an option, allowing you to capture wider self-portraits.
We also see that the screen has thin edges, although there is a thicker bezel on the bottom. The smartphone also has four cameras on the back and it seems that the fingerprint scanner is on the side, and not on the back as with many Motorola phones.
Little is known about the specifications, but because the Moto phone would have 5G support, it may be that it is powered by the new Snapdragon 690 chip. This processor is intended for cheaper Android devices and supports 5G.
Motorola smartphones in 2020
Motorola has already released the necessary smartphones this year. For example, the company came with the Moto G8 Power, an affordable device with a huge 5000 mAh battery, four cameras on the back and a large screen with a camera hole. Recently, the company introduced the Moto G8 Power Lite, which also has a 5000 mAh battery, but is slightly cheaper.
With the Motorola Edge, the company released a high-end smartphone for the first time in years. The Edge has a beautiful screen with very curved sides, a higher refresh rate of 90Hz, and a 4500 mAh battery that lasts a long time.
The phone has a suggested retail price of 599 euros, but now you can get it for 90 euros less. In the Motorola Edge review, you can read much more about the smartphone. Also check out the video review below, where we’ll catch you up on the Edge in minutes.
Source: Evan Blass (Twitter)