The latest revelations suggest that Motorola’s first 5G smartphone will come from the Moto G Series, which has been offering entry-level smartphones since 2013.
The latest revelation comes from a shared by Evan Blass, the new Moto G 5G phone that will be the company’s first phone to adopt the 5G network standard. According to the message, the device will have a 48-megapixel main camera on the back and a double-hole selfie camera on the front. In addition to the rear four-camera module, there is the iconic M-word on the back.
In addition, the device’s fingerprint sensor will be placed on the right side of the device, rather than the under-screen fingerprint or the traditional rear fingerprint. No other details have been revealed at this time, except for the one it was exposed.
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) June 30, 2020
Motorola has previously been rumoured to launch a 5G smartphone, and its entry-level Moto G-Series may be a good place to start. It’s worth noting that the news of the new Moto G 5G phone came just weeks after Qualcomm released the Dragon 690 SoC, so the device could also feature a 5G chip for the Dragon 600 Series.