November 19, 2019

Moto G5 could be more affordable than Moto G4

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first_imgLenovo, the company that owns Motorola, will most likely launch the Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus at MWC on February 26 in Barcelona. While a lot has already been leaked about the two phones, a fresh rumour suggests that the Moto G5 may be cheaper than Moto G4.Also Read: Moto G5 and G5 Plus listed on retail site, full specs and images leakedA leaker who goes by the name of Roland Quandt of winfuture.de on Twitter has posted a tweet saying that Moto G5 will be priced lower than G4 at the launch. According to the tweet, Moto G5 will cost EUR 189 ( Rs  13,500 approx ) for the 2GB RAM with 16GB storage variant while the 3GB RAM with 16GB storage model may be priced at EUR 209 (Rs 15,000 approx). To recall, Moto G4 was launched in India at Rs 12,499 last year.Looks like Moto G5 will launch at much lower prices than G4 in Euroland: 2/16GB for ~189 Euro, 3/16GB for ~209 Euro. (was 249 for G4) Roland Quandt (@rquandt) February 10, 2017According to the rumours, Moto G5 is expected to feature a screen size of 5.5 inch with 1080p display.  The Moto G4 smartphone sports a plastic cover and also comes with a screen size of 5.5 inch. Rumours also suggest that the G5 may sport a metal body design. G5 is expected to house Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, an upgrade from the Snapdragon 617 processor used in Moto G4.Also Read: Someone just got hold of a Moto G5 Plus before launch & here is what it looks likeadvertisementThrough previous rumours we also know that both Moto G5 and G5 Plus are expected to feature a fingerprint scanner at the front which will be placed below the physical home button of the smartphones. The smartphone may also have NFC, Accelerometer, 3-axis gyroscope and gravity sensors. The Plus variant of G5 is also rumoured to come with a metal unibody design and will be powered by a 2GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. According to a recent leak, the smartphone is expected to come with 5.2 inch screen size with 1080 display.last_img