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Friday, 13 January 2017

The Moto G5 Plus appears in an official press image filtered

The new Moto G5 Plus, the most powerful version of the new Lenovo mobile, has been seen in a filtered press image that shows its design.

Being an option in the mid-range is becoming somewhat more complicated, especially if the manufacturer is not Samsung or Huawei, who dominate in markets like Spain.

But if there has been a terminal capable of shadowing the two giants has been the MotoG, which although year after year has been losing impact is still a relevant option.

A few days ago we were astonished as a person tried to sell a prototype of the new Moto G5 for which he showed many photographs that allowed us to see almost to the full.

First press photo

Today a new image has been leaked but it is not a photograph, but a render of those used by companies for ads, press releases and other actions.

This image shows how the design of the Moto G5, the Plus in this case, agrees with what we had seen.

The Moto G is finally passed to the metal
At the front, the fingerprint sensor is bigger and longer than the one with the Moto G4 Plus, although we do not know if it will work by touch with or without pressure.

But it is the back that changes more than the previous models. Here we see how Lenovo is unifying the design line especially in the area of ​​the camera.

For March with decent benefits

Both the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus are expected for March, we do not know whether in the early days, during the MWC of Barcelona, ​​or shortly after.

Rumors suggest that the Moto G5 Plus will have a 5.5-inch screen, a Snapdragon 625 eight-core processor at 2.0 GHz and 4GB of RAM.

We still do not know if there will be two versions, 16 and 32 GB of storage or a single 32 GB. Its rear camera will be 13 Mpx and the front of 5 Mpx, counting on a battery of 3,080 mAh.

It is also not safe the launch price but the normal thing would be to see it around 300 euros, much higher than the average of what is paid in Spain for a mobile, but acceptable if the performance is correct.

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