Motorola uploads promo video of unannounced ‘G Fast’ smartphone on YouTube
From the looks of it, the Moto G Fast will have three cameras at the back, one of which is an ultra-wide lens.
Motorola might have had an ‘oops' moment. The company reportedly leaked its own upcoming Moto smartphone. We are not talking about accidentally making a web page live but posting an entire promo video of Moto G Fast on YouTube. The video, which has now been taken down by the Motorola US YouTube channel, showed the smartphone in all its glory along with features. But in case you still want to see the entire video, one of the YouTubers has managed to download it and upload the HD version on his channel.
From the looks of it, the Moto G Fast will have three cameras at the back, one of which is an ultra-wide lens. You can also see a physical fingerprint scanner with the company logo on it. At the front there is a single punch-hole camera and a chin at the bottom of the screen. The device will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core processor with 3GB RAM as well.
Moto G Fast is shown featuring a ‘macro vision' lens along with an ultra-wide lens as we mentioned above with 4x zoom. Although the battery life has not been mentioned, the video does reveal the handset to have 2 days of battery life.
It has also not been revealed when the handset will launch. However, considering that the promo video is made, the official announcement might not be far away.
Talking about the upcoming smartphone, Motorola One Fusion+ is a handset that was listed on the YouTube device report page a few days ago. As per the listing, the smartphone has a 6.5-inch full HD display and is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 730 processor with 5000mAh battery.
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