Moto G62 5G design renders and specs leaked, expected to launch soon


Motorola has not confirmed the Moto G62 5G launch schedule as of this writing.

STRONG POINTS

  • Motorola will launch the phone with a triple camera setup on the back.
  • The Moto G62 5G is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480+ SoC.
  • The phone is expected to cost around €300 (around Rs 25,000).

Renders and design specs of the Moto G62 5G have leaked. A new report reveals that the phone will come with the same processor found in the Moto G51 5G, launched last year. Design renders of the Moto G62 5G further reveal that the phone will have a triple camera setup on the back.

Motorola has not confirmed the Moto G62 5G launch schedule as of this writing. However, it seems that the budget G-series 5G smartphone is expected to launch in the global market soon. We can expect the phone to launch soon in India as well. While we wait for some launch details, here’s a quick look at what’s leaked so far.

Moto G62 design renderings

The Moto G62 will sport a punch-hole display on the front with thin bezels around the screen. According to the WinFuture report, the phone will feature a 6.5-inch Full HD+ display. It will also come with support for 120Hz refresh rate. The phone is assumed to have an AMOLED display as there is no rear-mounted fingerprint reader.

The punch-hole cutout will house a 16 MP front camera sensor. Motorola will launch the phone with a triple camera setup on the back. There will be a 50MP main camera sensor, an 8MP ultrawide camera and a 2MP macro sensor, according to leaked details.

The phone is said to record videos up to 1080p due to CPU limitations. While we’re at it, the Moto G62 5G is said to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 480+ SoC. The chipset is likely to be paired with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. There will be support for storage expansion via a microSD card.

The device will pack a 5000mAh battery and is expected to come with 30W fast charging support. According to WinFuture, the phone is expected to cost around 300 (around Rs 25,000).

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