Lenovo launches the Motorola Moto G5 amidst much fanfare, graces the mid-range market
Lenovo has done it again and this year at MWC, they have taken to their sub-brand for the announcement of two units. We were expecting only the Moto G5, and they gave us a Plus variant to this unit again. Without much ado, let’s get to each and every one of these units and see what they are offering us this year.
The standard Moto G5 was developed with just 5 inch of screen which carries a FullHD display and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 technology. Inside the phone, there is a QUALCOMM snapdragon 430 chipset at the heart of affairs and an octa core processor which can reach a maximum clock speed of 1.4GHz. With 2GB of RAM provided, the storage spaces are limited to 16GB and 32GB options, both expandable.
There is a 13MP camera on the back of this unit to and on the front is a wide-angle 5MP snapper. An improvement here has to be the fingerprint sensor that has now been added to the base variant, all being run on a battery of 2800mAh capacity.
Carrying the Nougat out of the box, they did well with their midrange offering.
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