Motorola Moto G50: Specifications and images of Motorola's upcoming affordable 5G smartphone leak
Motorola has a few G-series smartphones in the works, including the Moto G50. Earlier this month, the device appeared on a Spanish retailer's website and at the 3C, confirming a few details such as its Motorola Ibiza codename.
Now, Motorola has certified the Moto G50 at the TENAA, which has published photos of the device. While those shown by the TENAA are hands-on photos of the Moto G50, Dealntech has discovered a few marketing renders, too. Based on the images, Motorola will sell the G50 in blue and grey, which both have gradient finishes. Additionally, the photos confirm that the Moto G50 will have four cameras, a capacitive fingerprint scanner and a rather large bottom bezel.
Motorola is expected to equip the Moto G50 with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480, a 5G chipset that will be complemented with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM. A 5,000 mAh battery will power these components, although the device's peak 10 W charging speed may take a while to recharge such a large battery. The 5,000 mAh battery will also provide power to the Moto G50's 90 Hz and 720p display. A 13 MP front-facing camera should sit above the display in a waterdrop notch, too.
Moreover, Motorola is thought to have equipped the Moto G50 with a 48 MP primary camera, a 5 MP macro sensor and a 2 MP depth sensor. All these components will be housed in a 164.95 x 74.93 x 8.95 mm chassis, along with 128 GB of storage on which Motorola will pre-install Android 11. The Motorola Moto G50 launch in multiple markets and should start at €230 in the Eurozone.