Apr 20, 2017 06:47 AM EDT
Earlier this year, Lenovo led Motorola launched its successors to the incredible Moto G series: Moto G5 and G5 Plus at Mobile World Congress. Now the company has started pushing both the handsets to various regions of the world. After gaining massive sales in India with both the handsets, the tech giant has now decided to debut the younger brother among both G5 variants to Canada. As per the latest report, Motorola Mobility has announced that Moto G5 will be making its way to Canada beginning from May 3, 2017.
According to Android Headlines, Moto G5 will be released in Canada with the support of major mobile carriers and service providers of the country namely, Bell MTS, SaskTel, Videotron and Virgin Mobile. The handset will be available at $250 CAD without any sort of term contract. Which means it would be sold as a full-fledged offering. However, an insight which might make some buyers unhappy is that Motorola has declared that Moto G5 will not come with NFC support in Canada. The company hasn't pointed any particular reason for this sudden change. Besides these, Motorola has not announced anything about the entry of Moto G5 Plus in Canada.
As per a report by Geeky Gadget, Moto G5 has been packed with some exclusive set of attributes at an unbelievably low pricing. The smartphone comes with a 5-inch HD display having 1920x1080 highest resolution capacity. Moto G5 boasts Snapdragon 430 chipset coupled with either 2 GB RAM and 16 GB internal memory or 3 GB RAM and 32 GB storage space. This storage memory can be expanded up to 128 GB with the help of MicroSD Card.
As for the camera specs, Moto G5 sports a 13 MP rear snapper with f/2.2 aperture support and a 5 MP front selfie clicker. The smartphone is powered by 2800 mAh battery which can stay powered up for a whole day with a single full charge. Moto G5 also runs on Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. Though it is not clear yet, Moto G5 Plus may also come on sales in Canada sometime after May 3.