Recently, according tomedia reports, Motorola is about to launch a code-named “Kiev” 5G mobile phone. Motorola released the Moto G 5G Plus in July, and since the standard version of the series was not released at the time, it is based on the recently revealed code name “Kiev” parameter.
The Moto G 5G is said to be powered by snapDragon 750G chips, 8nm process-built, integrated X52 5G modems, and supports millimeter wave and Sub-6GHz 5G bands.
The screen is 6.66 inches long and supports a maximum resolution of 2400×1080, although the 750G supports a refresh rate of 120Hz, the Moto G 5G only supports a refresh rate of 60Hz.
On the camera side, the Moto G 5G rear-3 camera features a 48-megapixel master, an 8-megapixel zoom and a 2-megapixel macro lens, with a 16-megapixel lens at the front.
Other configurations, 6GB RAM plus 128GB ROM.
Long battery life is the biggest highlight of the Moto G 5G, the SnapDragon 750G chip with Cortex A77 core, frequency up to 2.2GHz, under the premise of guaranteed performance, greatly optimize power consumption, coupled with 5000mAh oversized battery, so that the Moto G 5G has a strong standby capacity.
The configuration of the Moto G 5G is too common in today’s mobile phone market to even keep pace with the mid-to-low-end models, but it is Motorola after all, with feelings and beliefs.
How long have you not heard that classic: Hello, Moto.