Motorola India could launch Moto G71 5G, G51 5G and G31 in India soon

    Motorola could launch the Moto G71, Moto G51, and Moto G31 in India. These new Moto G models have been announced globally.
    By: AMRITANSHU MUKHERJEE
    | Updated on: Nov 20 2021, 11:46 IST
    The Moto G71 5G, Moto G51 5G, and Moto G31 are expected to launch in India in the coming months. These models have been recently certified by BIS India, as listed on their website.
    The Moto G71 5G, Moto G51 5G, and Moto G31 are expected to launch in India in the coming months. These models have been recently certified by BIS India, as listed on their website. (Motorola)
    The Moto G71 5G, Moto G51 5G, and Moto G31 are expected to launch in India in the coming months. These models have been recently certified by BIS India, as listed on their website.
    The Moto G71 5G, Moto G51 5G, and Moto G31 are expected to launch in India in the coming months. These models have been recently certified by BIS India, as listed on their website. (Motorola)

    Motorola India could be readying three new Moto G models for India in the coming weeks. Earlier this week, Motorola announced five new Moto G models in Europe, all across varying price points with different internals. Leaks now suggest that three of these are coming to India, out of which two will have 5G Qualcomm chips inside.

    The Moto G71 5G, Moto G51 5G, and Moto G31 are expected to launch in India in the coming months. These models have been recently certified by BIS India, as listed on their website. Motorola is yet to confirm any development on this front.

    Three Moto G models could launch in India

    Note that many international models are often certified by the BIS but don't make it to India. Hence, you should take this with a pinch of salt. Motorola is yet to comment on the availability of these Moto G models.

    Moto G31
    Moto G31
    Moto G31
    Moto G31

    Motorola India could be readying three new Moto G models for India in the coming weeks. Earlier this week, Motorola announced five new Moto G models in Europe, all across varying price points with different internals. Leaks now suggest that three of these are coming to India, out of which two will have 5G Qualcomm chips inside.

    The Moto G71 5G, Moto G51 5G, and Moto G31 are expected to launch in India in the coming months. These models have been recently certified by BIS India, as listed on their website. Motorola is yet to confirm any development on this front.

    Three Moto G models could launch in India

    Note that many international models are often certified by the BIS but don't make it to India. Hence, you should take this with a pinch of salt. Motorola is yet to comment on the availability of these Moto G models.

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    The Moto G71 was launched at a price Euro 300 and comes with a 5G Snapdragon 695 chipset, and a 6.4-inch FHD+ OLED display. The camera setup includes a triple lens set, complete with a 50MP+8MP+2MP combo. There's a 5000mAh battery with 30W charging.

    The Moto G51 5G uses a Snapdragon 480+ chipset and comes with a 6.8-inch 120Hz IPS display. Except for the 10W wired charging and a 13MP selfie camera, all the other features remain similar to the Moto G71 5G.

    Lastly, the Moto G31 is supposed to be an entry-level model and misses out on 5G. However, the phone offers a Helio G85 chipset, a 6.4-inch OLED display, a 48MP main rear camera flanked by the 8MP ultra-wide camera and a 2MP macro camera. The battery capacity remains the same at 5000mAh and you get a 10W charging solution.

    Note that Motorola usually modifies its global models for India by a substantial margin. Hence, if these models are coming to India, Motorola could either be using more powerful chipsets, better cameras, high refresh rate OLED displays on all the models, and faster charging across the new Moto G lineup. We may not be surprised if Motorola even goes a step ahead by releasing these models with Android 12 onboard.

     

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    First Published Date: 20 Nov, 11:46 IST
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