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Moto G5 & Moto G5 Plus News & Update: New Image Renders Leaked! Rumored Launch Date Revealed

Feb 16, 2017 09:02 PM EST


The anticipation for the upcoming Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus handsets has been all over the internet now that it already generated numerous rumors about it. Now, fans would be more anticipated as image renders of the upcoming Moto G5 plus were leaked online.

The leaked renders show the striking and remarkable design and key details of the highly anticipated Moto G5 Plus. Based on the photos, the now Lenovo-owned Motorola smartphone will focus on having an excellent camera.

GizmoChina, a China-based technology blog, revealed in their report that the smartphone will showcase a 12-megapixel rear shooter contained in a round-shaped case. They also said that the enhanced camera technology will be also equipped with Rapid Focus feature and a 1.7 aperture.

That's not the only edge of the smartphone when it comes to being a camera phone. It has Sony's IMX 362 sensor, proving that it could even beat iPhone and Samsung in the competition.

Moto G5 Plus' primary snapper would be equipped with a phase detection autofocus, a dual-LED flash, and laser focus. The phone could also store 4K worth of video recording.

The Verge reported that the phone would be equipped the Android Nougat, the highly-anticipated update for Android phone users. It would have the capacity to store 32GB to 128GB of expandable memory.

In another report published by The Mobile Indian, the smartphone comes with a marketing cover that would showcase a 5.2-inch Full HD display. Not only that, it is also expected that it would be equipped with Snapdragon 625 chipset from Qualcomm paired with 3GB to 4GB worth of RAM.

As of the moment, fans are expecting that Lenovo would launch the highly-anticipated smartphones at the Mobile World Congress 2017 this February. However, Lenovo has yet to make an official statement of these rumors. If proven true, Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus would be seen by the public next month.

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