Lenovo will be at the Mobile World Congress 2017 and if all goes well, the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus could be unveiled at this event, which starts next week.
Lots of leaks and rumors have been doing rounds regarding the two Moto G5 phones, but most of these details have been revolving around the Moto G5 Plus. However, lately, things have begun taking a new direction, with the standard model appearing severally, including the latest.
According to a new Geekbench listing, the Moto G5 has been confirmed to come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and a RAM of 2GB. If your memory serves you well, you should remember that the Nokia 6, which was launched in China a while ago and will soon make it to other Asian and European markets, also comes with the same processor. However, the 6 has more RAM of 4GB, twice what the G5 is reportedly carrying.
The processor is an octa-core SoC clocked at a speed of 1.40GHz. You’ll come across an advanced Adreno 505 graphics processing unit as well as the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, just like other rumors are claiming. Other than these details, the Geekbench listing doesn’t talk about other hardware specs of the Moto G5. As for the benchmarks, the Moto G5 scored 594 in the single-core test while the multi-core test clocked a score of 2350.
There are claims that the Moto G5 will come with a 5.2-inch display screen with a Full HD resolution, but this cannot be confirmed especially since last year’s variant came in with a 5.5-inch display screen. The latest word on the street also adds that the phone will ship with up to 64GB with support for microSD card storage, again, same as the Nokia 6.
Keep in mind that these are not from Motorola or Lenovo so don’t be quick to believe them. However, we are keeping tabs on more similar developments and we’ll let you know what’s up! Keep following.