The high-resolution renders of the alleged Moto G8 were provided by OnLeaks, who later on admitted that this model is most likely an updated P40 variant exclusive for the Chinese market. Apart from the rear triple-cam setup, which is said to feature 3 x 12 MP sensors, the display and case look very similar to the ones depicted in the previous One Vision renders.
Previous leaks showed that an unannounced smartphone going by the name of One Vision would soon be released by Motorola, and this one would have similar specs as the P40 model scheduled to be available only in China. OnLeaks has recently presented a few CAD renders of an alleged Moto G8 handheld, but, keeping in mind that the G7 lineup was released only a few months ago, the model presented by OnLeaks might turn out to be the P40 exclusive with improved specs.
The OnLeaks renders posted on the PriceBaba blog show that the alleged G8 model would get the same 6.2-inch display with 2520 x 1080 resolution and punch-hole selfie cam from the One Vision, and the back case seems to be very similar, as well. The most obvious difference is the addition of a triple-cam setup on the back, but, according to OnLeaks, the G8 is only getting 3 X 12 MP sensors instead of a combo that usually has 48 MP plus a 12 MP sensor with telephoto lens and a 5 MP bokeh cam. Furthermore, the case is 0.01 inches thicker on the G8.
Processor, memory and storage details are not yet available. Judging by the smaller 12 MP sensors, this would most likely end up as a premium mid-ranger powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 or 710 SoCs.
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