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Motorola accidentally leaks Moto G Fast by uploading promo video

27 May 2020 0

Motorola has accidentally leaked an unreleased smartphone named Moto G Fast by uploading its promo video well ahead of the right time. The video has since been made private for obvious reasons but thanks to netizens, it has been re-uploaded on a separate YouTube channel for anyone to see. It shows the smartphone design and highlights many of the key specifications and features.

The Moto G Fast is shown to be sporting a punch-hole display with minimal bezels. The punch-hole is on the top left corner and houses a single selfie camera. The back panel features a vertically-aligned triple camera setup along with an LED flash. The Motorola batwing logo is in the center and doubles up as the fingerprint scanner.

The smartphone is being marketed for its "blazing fast performance" which is not surprising considering its name. It will have an undisclosed octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor paired with 3GB of RAM. One of the three cameras on the back is confirmed to be a macro sensor. There will also be an ultra-wide-angle sensor that is claimed to capture 4x wider area.

Motorola is further touting a long-lasting battery life. The Moto G Fast is said to last for up to 2 days on a single charge which is undoubtedly impressive. All of these specs and features suggest that the upcoming phone could actually be a rebranded Moto G8 that was launched earlier this year. Even the product design of both phones is exactly similar. This is simply speculation for the time being but we will keep you updated on all the developments related to this yet-to-be-released phone.


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