Motorola Moto G62 5G presented for multiple markets with a Snapdragon 480 Plus and a 120 Hz display
Motorola has lifted the lid on the Moto G62, a 5G smartphone that has leaked several times in the last two months. As expected, the Moto G62 features on the Snapdragon 480 Plus, an 8 nm chipset that contains an Adreno 619 GPU, plus ARM Cortex A55 and Cortex A76 CPU cores. Theoretically, the Moto G62 5G should outperform the Moto G52 by 20%, despite the latter's Snapdragon 600 series SoC.
Additionally, the Moto G62 5G has a 6.5-inch display with flat edges and a comparatively thick bottom bezel. According to Motorola, the large display relies on an IPS panel that outputs at 1080p (FHD+) with a 120 Hz refresh rate. Like many recent Motorola smartphones, the Moto G62 5G also has a punch-hole front-facing camera, which captures images in up to 16 MP. Similarly, Motorola has equipped the Moto G62 5G with 50 MP primary, 8 MP ultra-wide-angle and 2 MP macro rear-facing cameras.
Meanwhile, a 5,000 mAh battery powers the above components, which the Moto G62 5G can recharge at up to 20 W. While Motorola has confirmed that the Moto G62 5G will be available in Asia, Europe, India, Latin America and the Middle East, pricing remains unknown at this stage. Seemingly, all markets will receive the Moto G62 5G in Frosted Blue and Midnight Grey colour options, both with 128 GB of expandable storage and 4 GB of RAM. The Moto G62 5G will ship with Android 12 too, which Motorola overlays with its My UX skin.