Motorola is gearing up to introduce a set of new smartphones in the coming months. We expect to see the company dropping its Motorola Edge 20 Pro in India pretty soon. However, it is also preparing a new budget device for its Moto E-series, the Moto E40, and a Moto G Pure that is also an entry-level smartphone. The Moto G Pure is yet to get an official launch date or specs. However, a report by Zouton has leaked some of the key specs for the smartphone as well as design renders. The device certainly has entry-level specs, but what amazes me is the fact that it does come with an AMOLED display. So it will certainly cost more than overall phones in the low-end segment.
Moto G Pure design and key specifications
The Moto G Pure is expected to hit key markets very soon. Ahead of this release, the tipster OnLeaks and Zoutoun have leaked the design renders of the upcoming Motorola Smartphone. The phone will flaunt a 6.5-inch AMOLED display. It also has a waterdrop notch on the top and a slightly thick chin bezel.
Under the hood, the device will draw its powers from a MediaTek Helio G25 SoC. This chipset screams entry-level with its eight ARM Cortex-A53 cores and 12 nm architecture. It will be paired with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of Internal Storage. The device certainly offers micro SD card support for further memory expansion. As per reports, the new handset will draw its powers from a 4,000 mAh battery. As usual, the company is not being generous with fast charging. Despite the availability of a USB Type C port the device will charge with just 10 W charging. The bottom part houses the port and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.
The Moto G Pure will have a polycarbonate back that comes in two colors – Electric Graphite and Lagoon Green. The device features a dual-camera setup and a fingerprint scanner on the back. There is a dual-camera setup led by a 48 MP primary camera. It is joined by a 2 MP depth sensor. For selfies and video calls, the phone has a 5 MP front snapper. In the software front, the device will run Android 11 which is nothing beyond the expected right now.