Mobile World Congress is going to take place very soon, and a wide range of cell phones are expected to be declared. Clearly, Motorola has a touch of an untended leak staring it in the face—Spanish retailer Ktronix accidentally ran live with press pictures and specs of some up and coming mid-range cell phones. The page was immediately brought down, however notin of this sort ever vanishes from the Internet, and in this situation, some Twitter users (@davidteixe, @LSAwesome) figured out how to snag a few pictures. Evan Blass saw the leak party and participated with a photo, as well.
The Moto G5 and G5 Plus look indistinguishable, and not that far-off from the Moto G4. They have a hardware fingerprint detector that looks simply like a physical home button however evidently isn’t one, given that the gadgets have on-screen route buttons. The backs of the gadgets get a camera plan that looks a lot like the Moto Z—a major, round cut out in the back houses the camera hardware. On the G5 Plus, this area appears to stand out of the gadget; on the G5 the camera segment is flush with the gadget.
The most intriguing outline touch is that a portion of the renders have a little “Lenovo” tag adorned on the right side of the gadget. If we fully trust the renders, the name tag is on the Moto G5 yet not the G5 Plus. That would appear somewhat odd to have it on one gadget and not the other, so there’s the likelihood that the leaked G5 Plus renders are old or accidentally excluded the tag.
Android Police got some incredible screenshots of the features before the site went down. The G5 has a 5-inch 1080p display, 1.4GHz Snapdragon 430 with 2GB of RAM, 32GB of capacity, a MicroSD slot, double SIM slots, a 13MP back camera, 5MP front camera, and a 2800mAH battery. The spec page really asserts the battery is “removable,” which would be a change over the G4.
The G5 Plus has a 5.2-inch 1080p show, a 2GHz Snapdragon 625, 2GB of RAM, 64GB of capacity, a MicroSD space, Dual SIMs, a 12MP back camera, a 5MP front camera, and a 3000mAH battery. The battery on the G5 Plus is not been registered as removable.
Both gadgets have fingerprint scanners and ship with Android 7.0 Nougat.
We ought to discover more about the gadgets at MWC, where Motorola has a press conference arranged for February 26.