Motorola has been aggressively augmenting their budget line up of the Moto G with the Moto G5, while the Samsung Galaxy S8 and LG G6 have been gluttoning all the headlines away. The Motorola Moto G5 leaks again on a UK retailer’s list, and this new leaked image exposes more details about variants that’ll be made available.
Motorola Moto G5 will be in retail shortly after MWC launch it seems – this coming from a UK retailer. pic.twitter.com/Dcg3tVDDn1
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) February 1, 2017
This image leak, provided by Roland Quandt (@rquandt) on twitter, shows a UK retailer’s sheet providing details about the Moto G5’s storage capacity: 16GB, a 2GB RAM, and the availability of the phone; it will retail right after MWC, the month of March 2017. The leak actually confirms two parts of the proposed specifications, however, there’s still no information about the pricing and we’re very eager to know what Motorola will price their phones this year. Be that as it may, there’s still no surety, leaks are leaks, and they should be trusted to a level.
A few days ago we reported about a specifications and image leak of the Moto G5, which originated from a Brazilian tech website called TechnoBlog. The proposed the following specifications of the phone:
- 5-inch FHD (1080p) display
- Snapdragon 430 processor (octa-core), Adreno 505 GPU
- 13MP Rear camera & 5MP front camera
- 2GB RAM
- 32GB storage
- 2800 mAh battery
- Android 7.0
From the previous leaks, we construe that there’s no major update from the Moto G4 except the processor, nevertheless, Lenovo might throw in plenty of improvements in terms of audio, build quality, image processing etc. Also, the phone is rumored to be priced at around $200 (Rs. 13,500).
SOURCE: ROLAND QUANDT TWITTER
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