Motorola announced the Moto G9, a mid-range handset, not long ago. Now, it seems that the company might have another device in this series under development.
Following the standard variant and the Moto G9 Play, Motorola is now getting ready to unveil the Moto G9 Plus. A European operator website has revealed the details related to the next handset. Here is what you need to know.
Motorola G9 Plus Specs and Features Unveiled: What to Expect
The Orange Slovakia operator accidentally displayed the Motorola G9 Plus’s online listing, and the tipster Roland Quandt succeeded in taking a screenshot. The listing has offered some insight into the software and hardware of the handset.
The Motorola G9 Plus sports a punch-hole display design with slim bezels, and its rear panel wears a sleek gradient pattern. According to the leaked image, at least one of the models will arrive with a blue shade. The punch-hole can be noticed at the top-left of the display.
Furthermore, the listing shows a Motorola G9 Plus flaunting a 6.81-inch panel with an FHD+ resolution of 1080×2400 pixels. The handset will also come with a quad-camera module for imaging and the main sensor of 64MP lens. Other camera specs are still unknown, but we should expect a wide-angle sensor paired with a macro and depth sensor.
As for the Motorola G9 Plus’ processor, the details are scarce. However, it is said that a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset will power the handset, teamed up with up to 4GB RAM, and 128GB native memory, which might be expandable via microSD card.
Other features include a 5,000mAh battery that will most likely support 33W fast charging.
Motorola G9 Plus will arrive as a mighty smartphone, ready to compete with other brands’ smartphones. We should expect some high-end features and specs. The company will reveal more details in the coming months.
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