Lenovo’s forthcoming mid-ranger smartphones in Moto label, Moto G5 and G5 Plus – the successor to Moto G4 are now being popped up on the internet through latest leaks and rumors. After plenty of leaks and a couple of renders, now the Moto G5 has been photographed in the real world with working on screen.
The new set of leaks exposes the full view of the device, shelled inside a metal body with probably a removable battery. The rear camera module is made larger, but it doesn’t protrude it seems. The fingerprint scanner is same as the predecessor, on front panel below the display. Navigational buttons are virtual on-screen. Unfortunately, the bezel for the device is a bit thicker than we expected, pretty unpleasant to see.
If you had missed it, the Moto G5 is rumored to sport a 5.2-inch display, powered by Snapdragon 430 SoC and 2GB of RAM. The latter variant Moto G5 Plus would get 4 Gigs of RAM and Snapdragon 625 under its hood. It is said that Lenovo is more likely to reduce the price of Moto G5 than its predecessor to compete with their significant rivals from China.
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