Press renders of Motorola's next budget 5G phone have leaked

Press renders of Motorola's next budget 5G phone have leaked
Lately it seems like there have been almost daily leaks and rumors about Motorola’s growing mid-range smartphone lineup. Today is no exception, because renders of the Moto G50 5G, set to be one of the cheapest 5G phones, have leaked.

Here's what the budget Motorola Moto G50 5G looks like


Arriving courtesy of Nieuwe Mobiel, the marketing images in question corroborate leaked live images of the phone and show off a design that’s consistent with what Motorola has offered on recent devices like the Moto G30 and Moto G10.

The Moto G50 5G boasts a rectangular camera bump on the rear that’s home to three sensors, one of which is a 48-megapixel main sensor, according to the writing next to the cameras.

Leaked information points towards the presence of a 5-megapixel ultra-wide-angle shooter and a 2-megapixel macro camera too. Unfortunately, we don’t know anything about the selfie camera’s specifications, but we do know where it’ll sit.

Motorola has selected a 90Hz 6.5-inch notched panel surrounded by slim side bezels and a noticeably thick chin. Of course, the front-facing camera sits inside the notch, just below the in-ear speaker.

Keeping everything running throughout the day is reportedly Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 480 5G and a nice 5,000mAh battery. Android 11 is presumably included straight out of the box.

A release date hasn’t leaked, but the sheer number of leaks suggest Motorola could announce the Moto G50 5G pretty soon, so the phone could be available as early as next month.

When it does eventually hit shelves, a retail price of around €230 in Europe is to be expected. That’d make it a bit more expensive than the €180 Moto G30, but still very affordable and by far the cheapest 5G phone in Motorola’s lineup.

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