Key Motorola Capri and Capri Plus specifications revealed via a new leak
Some time ago, two Motorola-branded smartphones codenamed 'Capri' and 'Capri Plus' showed up online. Subsequent reports told us that the Motorola Capri Plus is called Moto G30, indicating that it would serve as a mid-range device. Techniknews and XDA Developers' @AdamConwayIE now have more information about both devices, including their specifications and names. It turns out that the Motorola Capri will be launched as the Moto G10.
As its name suggests, the Motorola Capri/Moto G10 is the lower-specced variant of the lot. It is expected to run a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 chipset. Its triple-camera array will consist of 48MP primary sensor, a 2MP macro lens and a 2MP depth sensor. Its 6.5-inch IPS LCD panel has a resolution of HD+ (720 x 1,600). Leaked renders from earlier told us that the phone would come with a waterdrop-style notch, and that's where the MMoto G10/Motorola Capri's 8MP selfie camera will sit. Lastly, the smartphone will come with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage.
Moving on to the better-specced Motorola Capri Plus, we get a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD screen clocked at 90Hz. A Geekbench listing from earlier told us that the Motorola Capri Plus would run a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC. It gets an upgrade in the camera department, with a 64MP primary sensor, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth sensor. The Motorola Capri Plus/Moto G30 comes with the same selfie camera as the Moto G10.
Both the Motorola Capri/Moto G10 and Motorola Capri Plus/Moto G30 will likely pack the same 5,000mAh battery, with the differentiating factor being the speed at which it can be charged. The Moto G30 can do it at 20W, and it'll be interesting to see what the Moto G10 can pull off. NFC functionality will be available across both devices too, along with a dedicated Google Assistant button. There seems to be no sign of a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, so we're likely looking at a side-mounted alternative. We can expect the Moto G10 to retail at around the US$150 mark, and the Moto G30 at around US$250.