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The New Motorola Moto 5g Plus: specs, price and latest features

Earlier today, Motorola revealed the new Moto G9 plus. According to the reports, the new model will top the old models in two ways, its 6.8-inch sleek screen size which would make it the biggest Moto G handset and the 64MP main camera which would be the highest resolution of any Moto G model. The latest model is to come up with many new features.

KEY FEATURES AND SPECIFICATIONS 

EXPECTED PRICE-  INR 20,419

RAM 4 GB RAM
PROCESSOR Snapdragon 730 SoC
GRAPHICS Adreno 618 GPU
FRONT CAMERA unknown
BATTERY 5000 mAh
SCREEN 6.81 inch display , hole punch notch
SIM 2
OPERATING SYSTEM Android v10
REAR CAMERA Quad rear camera with 64P main camera
INTERNAL MEMORY 128 GB
EXPANDABLE MEMORY Unknown

 

The official release date of the model has not been released yet, but guessing from the leaks and reports, it might not be very far. Other than the basics, the new model is said to have 1080*2400 resolution, four rear cameras and run on android 10.

The leaked images further suggest the phone will have a side mounted fingerprint sensor and a punch hole front-facing camera. With all these features included, there is something that Moto G9 plus might be missing out on – no more 5G.

NO 5G

There is one trait of the G9 plus that is set to miss out and also one of the key features. According to the leaks, it is believed that it will no longer have the 5G connectivity and only will have 4G connectivity. It is still unsure if the news is true or not, as some of these rumors very much contradict some of the things that were heard a couple of months ago. Some people would clearly argue that purchasing a new model without 5G feature would not make any sense and it is better to wait for the next model with 5G, since it could be outdated very soon. As far as guesses and patterns go, a release date in october makes a lot of sense, only then we can be sure of the features.

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