Motorola: this would look like the first Moto G equipped with Snapdragon 865 chipset

  • The future model of the Moto G family would feature a dual selfie camera, 8 GB of RAM, and a 5,000 mAh battery.

Motorola will launch the tenth generation of its popular Moto G series next year and, to celebrate this important event, plans to introduce a new powered model with Qualcomm’s latest flagship processor, the Snapdragon 888.

This was revealed by Sergio Buniac, president of Motorola Mobility, during the annual Qualcomm Tech Summit Digital 2020 event, which was held earlier this week. However, that would not be the only Moto G phone equipped with a high-end chip that would make the company known.

At the conference, the executive also shared that Motorola intends to bring Snapdragon’s “800 Series Experiences” to its mid-range family by 2021. In that line, a recent leak has given clues about the second device that would be on its way.

It is a Moto G identified by the code name Nio and model number XT2125, according to the report published by the renowned leaker Evan Blass. This smartphone would have the Snapdragon 865 processor at the forefront, which was the engine of this year’s most premium phones.

The image shared by the informant shows the possible design of the front of this device, where its dual selfie camera stands out, which is housed in the upper left corner of the screen, in two individual perforations.

In the video where Motorola announces the new desktop interface that will reach your next phones, a smartphone with the same appearance is shown in the 1:29 minute, reinforcing the references around the Motorola Nio.

Previous reports have suggested that the cell phone would have at least 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of internal storage, a 5,000 mAh battery, and an Android 11 operating system. It would also include a 64 MP main camera, accompanied by a wide-angle and a depth sensor.

Alex Canfield

Alex is a reporter who covers mainly Facebook and Alphabet. He also covers other consumer internet companies, like Snap and Twitter. Previously he was a senior reporter for Business Insider and Cheddar. He was the 2018 recipient of SABEW’s Larry Birger Young Business Journalist Award. He is currently based in New York City and is originally from Louisville, Kentucky. Email:[email protected]

Related Articles

Back to top button