Moto G8 & Moto G8 Power Coming Soon, Specs Leaked Online


Moto G8 Moto G8 Power

While the Moto G8 Play and Moto G8 Plus were launched in October of last year, their plain and Pro variants are yet to be announced. Today, new reports suggest that the two phones are coming very soon and we now also know some of their alleged specs.

Moto G8 & Moto G8 Power Coming Soon, Specs Leaked Online

Moto G8 Moto G8 Power
Moto G8 Plus

The news comes directly from XDA-Developers which heard from industry insiders that both the Moto G8 and Moto G8 Pro will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 665 CPUs. Going into specifics, we learn that the base G8 will be packing a 6.39-inch display with HD+ resolution and a punch-hole camera design. The screen is also going to be LCD; which means the fingerprint scanner is situated on the back cover.

In the camera department, the Moto G8 will feature three shooters. We’ll find a 16MP main camera with f/1.7 aperture, a secondary 2MP sensor with f/2.2 for macros and a third 8MP ultra wide angle lens. Meanwhile in the punch-hole at the front we should find an 8MP selfie snapper. Finally, the G8 should pack a 4000mAh capacity battery with supports for 10W fast charging.

Moto G8 Moto G8 Power
Moto G8 Play

As far as the Moto G8 Power is concerned, the smartphone should have a bigger battery, we’re talking about a 5000mAh juice pack and support faster charging at 18W (Quick Charge 3.0). The G8 Power should then feature the same size 6.39-inch screen but higher Full HD+ resolution. It’ll have a total of four cameras on the back, which includes the same three mentioned above for the G8, plus an additional 8MP sensor; most likely for portraits.

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That’s basically everything we know thus far. Let’s now wait until we hear something official coming from the phone maker.

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