10 July 2020
Motorola is set to launch the first 5G phone in its Moto G series and we have already seen a render of the device. But there are not too many details available on the phone, except the fact it has 48MP primary snapper on the back. However, now we may get to know more about it, thanks to a couple of certifications that the device has supposedly passed.
The device in question that is spotted on the FCC database and TUV Rheinland has model number XT2075-3 and while it is not explicitly mentioned, we assume it to be the Moto G 5G Plus.
As per the FCC listing, the device packs dual-band Wi-Fi, NFC, and 5G connectivity. In addition to this, the Moto G 5G Plus will also support Galileo, GLONASS, and GPS navigation. The TUV Rheinland’s listing further shows that the phone will come with a 5,000mAh battery and 20W fast-charging support.
Rumors say the Moto G 5G will bring a 90Hz FHD Plus resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio. It will likely be powered by the Snapdragon 765G processor. The two certifications are not suggesting anything else but we look forward to knowing more about it as it crosses more certifications or shows up on the internet before launch. Motorola, however, has a launch event scheduled for July 7 but it is unknown if the company has any plans to launch the Moto G 5G and its Plus variant on the same day, which is tomorrow.