Moto G 5G Plus with Snapdragon 765 SoC and quad rear cameras launched at Rs 29,999 approximately 

Moto G 5G Plus - Feature Image

Motorola has launched its latest handset in Europe. And it’s probably the one you have been waiting for. The new handset is the Moto G 5G Plus and is probably the company’s most powerful mid-ranger announced so far. With the recently launched Moto One Fusion+ getting all the attention, it is high time for Motorola in the market right now. Let’s talk about the specifications and features. 

Moto G 5G Plus – Specifications

Motorola’s all-new G series handset comes powered by a Snapdragon 765 SoC, which is the most powerful mid-range series chipset from Qualcomm. It is probably the from Motorola sporting this chipset. It is said to come in two SKUs – 4GB + 64GB and 6GB + 128GB models. The phone has been launched in a single colour, surfing blue. It will not arrive in the United States. But maybe we can hope it gets to the shore of India. 

Sporting a 6.7-inch full-HD+ display with a 21:9 aspect ratio, this LCD panel comes with a 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10 support. It is something media consumption users will appreciate. Speaking about the cameras, it has a quad rear cameras support, which is placed in a square manner on the top left corner. 

The primary lens is of 48MP (f/1.7 aperture), there is an ultra-wide-angle lens (8MP), a macro lens (5MP), and a depth sensor (2MP). On the front, it has an unusual design, separate cut-outs offering dual punch-hole camera setup. Where one lens is of 16MP resolution and another is of 8MP resolution (ultra-wide angle).

All this is powered by a 5000mAh battery with 20W TurboPower fast charging. It has a side-fingerprint sensor and connectivity options include Type-C port, 5G SA/NSA, audio jack, Bluetooth 5.1, Wi-FI, NFC, and more. What do you guys think about the specifications of the Moto G 5G Plus? Comment below. 


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