Feb 03, 2017 10:24 AM EST
Moto G5 Plus Specs, Release Date: Snapdragon SoC Processor Spells Trouble for Rivals; Expected to Shine in MWC 2017 [VIDEO]
Rumor mill has started to grind for the upcoming Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus handsets that are expected to be unveil during the MWC 2017 by Motorola Company. Latest rumors suggest that the phone will be powered by a Snapdragon SoC processor that spells trouble for toughest rivals. See full details here!
Moto G5 Plus Updates on Specs
Specs of the most anticipated Moto G5 Plus have started surfacing online most especially the most talked about processor of the phone that is described as "monstrous" and "powerful". For this reason, Motorola's latest handset are expected to stun and surpass its toughest rivals in the market.
To start with, Moto G5 Plus is rumored to be powered by 2.0 GHz Snapdragon 625 SoC (System-on-Chip) processor that contributes to the phone's faster performance. According to the latest tweets of a popular tipster Roland Quandt, the smartphone is also said to come with 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, powered by 3000 mAh battery and a possible Turbo Charging feature, GSM Arena reported.
Furthermore, Moto G5 Plus will sport a 5-inch display with screen resolution of 1080pixels. For the physical aspect, leaked images of the phone suggests a design that resembles Moto Z Force and Z Force Droid available in two color variants - gold and grey.
In addition, latest leaks about Moto G5 Plus also revealed about its stock wallpapers and two default ringtones called "Moto" and "Hello". And latest FCC filing also revealed that the phone will be slightly thinner and compact than its predecessor Moto G4 Plus, Phandroid reported.
Moto G5 Plus Possible Release Date
Motorola is one of those major manufacturer in the world that confirmed its attendance in the upcoming Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona Spain. According to Phone Arena, the Lenovo-owned company is expected to unveil Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus during the event and will go on sale right after MWC 2017.
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