The alleged Moto G5 Plus appeared in a leaked photos that reveal how may be the look of the phone. Images of theappeared on the Internet on Tuesday (10) in a post made by a user of Romania on a sales site.
According to The Verge website, the smartphone seems to be a legitimate model, but there are no confirmations about a future release of the device. Among the specifications, the phone would have a 5.5-inch screen with full HD resolution (1080 x 1920 pixels), the same configuration of the current Moto G4 Plus, which was launched in May 2016 in Brazil and is currently sold with price Of 31,000.
The Moto G5 Plus would still accompany a slightly larger battery than its old version, with 3,080 mAh, instead of 3000 mAh. When it comes to photography, the resolution mysteriously appears smaller, with 13 megapixels, instead of the 16 MP of the G4 Plus, and the same 5MP front-facing camera for selfies. The phone would run the latest version of Android, 7.0 Nougat, released in 2016 by Google.
The specs do not stop there. The rumor points to a625 octa-core processor, accompanied by powerful 4 GB of RAM. This configuration, if confirmed, would be well above the 2 GB of RAM currently implemented in the Brazilian G4 Plus. Inside there would still be a 32GB storage for photos, apps, and files. The upload would be with microUSB input.
Tthe back shows a camera and flash in a circular visual and the presence of a digital reader, with a front button. The curious thing is that this visual closely resembles a prototype shown in 2016 of a supposed new Moto X, which would have leaked ahead of time. The post, which said to show the cell phone “before the hour,” indicated a possible launch in March 2017. We have to wait to know if the rumors about the Moto G 5 Plus will be confirmed.
It is worth remembering that the MWC 2017 technology event takes place this year between the end of February and the beginning of March 2017 in Barcelona, and that the manufacturer has the habit of showing some of its new mobile phones at the fair of mobile devices along with other major manufacturers.