Motorola Moto G52 introduced with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 and a 90 Hz AMOLED display for under €250
Motorola has announced the Moto G52, a 4G handset that it will start selling in Europe. So far, the company has listed the devices in Eurozone countries like Italy and the Netherlands, where it is available in Charcoal Grey and Porcelain White colourways. Based on various leaks, Motorola will offer the smartphone in at least one other colour with a blue finish.
For some reason, Motorola shows this third colourway in its marketing images but fails to include it on its Dutch or Italian websites. Still, all colour options come with 128 GB of storage and the Snapdragon 680, a 4G chipset. Oddly, Italy has received a 6 GB of RAM option, while the Netherlands must make do with 4 GB of RAM.
Moreover, the Moto G52 has a 6.6-inch OLED display that resolves at 1080p in a 20:9 aspect ratio with a 402 PPI pixel density. Additionally, the panel provides a 90 Hz refresh rate and has a punch hole for a 16 MP front-facing camera. There is no in-display fingerprint scanner, though. Instead, Motorola integrates one within the device's power button.
Separately, the Moto G52 has expandable storage, a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 30 W fast charging and IP52 certification. As the company's marketing renders suggest, the Moto G52 relies on a 50 MP primary camera without OIS, plus an 8 MP ultra-wide-angle sensor and a 2 MP macro lens. The Moto G52 will be orderable later this month for approximately €250 and will ship with Android 12.