Moto G5 News, Update: Smartphone To Be Cheaper Than The Moto G4?

The long-rumored Moto G5 has a new leak regarding its expected retail price. It is said to be cheaper than the Moto G4's launch price.

The Price Leaks

According to an article, there is a latest tip regarding what will be the price of the upcoming Motorola phones. Based on the report, the Moto G5 that has 2 GB of RAM with 16 GB of internal memory storage will be priced at around EUR 189, which translates to roughly $200 or Rs. 13,500.

There was also a mention of a 3 GB RAM variant with 16 GB of internal memory storage that is reportedly to cost at around EUR 209, which is roughly at around $222 or Rs. 15,000.

Here's Why It's Expected To Be Cheaper

There is reason to believe that the Moto G5 could be cheaper than its predecessor, the Moto G4. Considering that the leaks were European prices, the report suggests that the U.S. and India-based prices might be comparatively low. To cite an example, such was seen when the Moto G4 was released in India that started at a launch price of Rs. 12,499 or roughly $187.

The Moto G5 Will Be Going On Sale

Though the Moto G5 is expected to debut later this month with the Moto G5 Plus at the 2017 Mobile World Congress trade show, there was a recent report regarding the Moto G5 sale event. On the report, it claimed that the Moto G5 will apparently be going on sale shortly after the Motorola Event.

Rumored Specs And Features

Based on the same article, the Moto G5 is said to feature a Full HD 5-inch display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. It is said to be packed with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 430 chipset.

It will have an internal memory storage capacity of 32 GB with 2 GB of RAM. It is also reported to have an expandable memory option of up to 128 GB via microSD card.

As for the camera, it is said to have a 13 MP rear camera and a 5 MP front-facing camera. And lastly for the battery, it is rumored to be powered by a 2,800 mAh battery.

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