The Lenovo-owned Motorola Mobility is reportedly working on its first 5G smartphone that potentially is anticipated to come under the Moto G moniker. In a leaked report, it was confirmed that the first 5G smartphone by the Chinese owned smartphone brand will follow the Moto G series queue. As per a famous tipster, who tweeted the news shared the leaked image renders of the smartphone.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 30, 2020
The leaked image renders showed placement of dual punch-hole camera sensors on the display for selfies. The punch-hole camera sensors are placed at the top-left corner of the display. The front panel showed very li’l bezels on all sides, except at the bottom chin where it bears a denser bezels.
Talking about the rear panel, the smartphone bears a quad-camera housing at the topmost left end of the rear panel. The camera bump bears the four camera sensors, the details of which are still unknown to us. Not adjacent but too near to the camera bump lie the vertically aligned LED flash which looks similar to a vertical slit.
Interestingly, the handset is said to bear the fingerprint scanner to the right-hand side of the smartphone. This is hard to believe that the smartphone brand is dumping the in-display fingerprint scanner over the side-mounted physical fingerprint reader. Anyway, moving ahead, to the left is the lock button which may come with the facial recognition feature as well.
After seeing the leaked renders of the smartphone, it was time to search for the price of the handset. However, we found nowhere listed the price of the handset. Then we contemplated the possible price of the smartphone, and since the smartphone would follow the Moto G moniker, it is possible that the handset will keep the budget-friendly legacy of Moto G series alive. However, considering that the company would advance the smartphone with 5G network, the price may surge a little more.
Another big guess is that the Moto G 5G would use the recently announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 processor. This is because Motorola has already introduced a Snapdragon 600 series chipset in it’s recently launched mainline Moto handsets like Moto X4 which uses Snapdragon 630 chipset and Moto G5s Plus which is powered by a Snapdragon 625 processor.