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Here is what Motorola’s upcoming Moto G50 may look like

Moto G50 is coming soon (representative image)
Moto G50 is coming soon (representative image) (HT Photo)

Motorola is working on a Moto G50. The handset is said to come with a triple-rear camera setup and a dewdrop-like notch on the front.

Motorola is working on a slew of new phones under its G-series. Moto G50 is one of the phones that has been doing the rounds for quite some time. Just earlier this week it was spotted on China’s TENAA certification. And now, the phone has appeared in the form of leaked renders.

According to Dealntech (via GSMArena), Moto G50 has a triple camera setup on the back. The setup is aligned vertically. There is also a circular fingerprint reader embedded in the Motorola logo. The rear panel appears to have a glossy finish. On the front, it houses a dewdrop-like notch.

The leak further reveals the phone will come in blue and grey colour options. The Google Assistant button and volume rockers are placed on the right edge of the phone. Take a look at the leaked render below.

Leaked render of Moto G50
Leaked render of Moto G50 (https://www.dealntech.com/)

That said, an older leak had claimed the phone would be available for a starting price of Eur 229.17 ( 20,000 approximately). The leaked price is for the 4GB+64GB model of the phone. There will also be a 6GB model.

In terms of specifications, Moto G50 will come with Qualcomm’s 5G enabled Snapdragon 480 processor. The phone is also said to have a 90Hz display with an LCD panel and HD+ resolution.

A separate listing on the TUV Rheinland had revealed the phone comes with a 4,850mAh battery coupled with a 20W charger. Other reports, however, say it would come with a 10W charger. In the photography department, the phone is said to offer a setup of a 48-megapixel primary sensor, 5-megapixel sensor, 2-megapixel macro sensor. The phone will reportedly have a 13-megapixel front-facing camera.

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