Moto G 5G gets leaked with Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 750G

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After launching its Moto G 5G Plus smartphone back in July, Motorola is now working on a new device codenamed "Kiev", which should make its way to the market as Moto G 5G. Motorola Moto Z3 is powered by a 2.35GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. So, the single selfie shooter is placed on the top left corner of the display inside a circular camera cutout.

Apparently, the Moto G 5G is going to be supported by the new Snapdragon 750G chipset - a promising part that gives 5G support, including mmWave and AI noise suppression at a budget price point. It's likely to measure 6.6-inch tall and sport a standard 60Hz refresh rate screen (LCD or AMOLED, we don't know yet) and FHD+ (1,080 x 2,400p) resolution. The silicon made an impressive debut on Xiaomi Mi 10T Lite and looks to have the potential to be at the heart of a new wave of increasing budget-friendly and capable 5G phones.

Moto G 5G specifications have leaked ahead of the rumoured imminent launch. For optics, the phone is said to offer a triple rear camera setup consisting of a 48MP primary sensor, an 8MP secondary sensor, and a 2MP sensor. Judging from the leaked photo, it seems to have reduced bezels and a more modern design compared to previous devices in the Moto G series.

Moto G 5G live image, key specifications revealed ahead of the official launch
Moto G 5G gets leaked with Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 750G

The Moto G lineup from Motorola has been a massive success ever since it was launched in 2013, while the company was still in Google's hands. There is an OmniVision OV16A1Q 16MP sensor power punch hole camera in the front which produces pixel-binned 4MP selfies.

Stark Shekhar Vaidya is a Blogger, a Web Developer, a CSE UG and a learner who's learning about CS and programming. If he isn't writing about tech or programming, then most probably you will find him sleeping.

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