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New Moto G with 5G support, six cameras is coming soon

Motorola’s upcoming Moto G smartphone will support 5G connectivity, thanks to the Qualcomm Snapdragon 690 chip. Here is what you can expect from the phone.

Motorola to soon launch its cheapest 5G phone (representative image)
Motorola to soon launch its cheapest 5G phone (representative image) (Motorola)

Motorola is working on a 5G-enabled Moto G smartphone. It is also said to be Motorola’s cheapest 5G offering till date. Ahead of the official launch, Moto G renders have surfaced online. These renders give a much closer look at the design of the upcoming smartphone.

According to renders published by leakster Evan Blass, Motorola’s Moto G 5G will have dual punch-hole cameras on the front. The selfie cameras are placed in distinct punch-holes on the front.

The back, which appears to be a plastic panel with a glossy finish, houses a square-like camera module. The setup consists of as many as four sensors. The module is accompanied by a relatively longer flash. The side has an engorged power button which means it could also double as the fingerprint sensor.

Apart from the design, not much is known about the phone. According to rumours, the phone is going to run on Qualcomm’s recently launched 5G chip for mid-range phones, Snapdragon 690. One of the rear cameras could be a 48-megapixel sensor.

Unlike other smartphone companies, Motorola has launched multiple phones in the last three months. So far, it has launched Motorola Edge, Motorola One Fusion Plus, Moto G Fast, and upgraded Moto E. The company is now gearing up for the launch of Edge Lite and One Fusion on July 7. According to reports, Moto Edge Lite could be the upcoming Moto G 5G.