Jul 17, 2017 07:18 AM EDT
The Motorola Moto G5S Plus has been the going through the rumor mill since the past couple of months. However, now, a couple of new images alleged to be of the phone have been leaked online, showing the close-ups of the handset's front and back.
Ahead of July 25 launch, purported images of the Moto G5S Plus have been leaked on a website named Slash Leaks. The interesting thing is a Dual Camera setup on the upcoming Motorola smartphone. The specs of the Moto G5S Plus were said to include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor, 4GB RAM and a 32GB internal storage.
However, according to the leaks by Evan Blass, the Moto G5S Plus will be an upgrade in the terms of size, built material and the imaging capabilities from that of the Moto G5 Plus. The device is also said to feature a larger 5.5-inch display with the same resolution as that of the Moto G5 Plus, as reported by GSM Arena.
The major upgrade, however, in the Moto G5S Plus will be the Dual-Camera setup, which is poised to sport dual 13-megapixel sensors - one in white color and the other one in the Black color. This is the USP of the phone and by this, the Moto G5S Plus will able to offer features like the Bokeh Effect. The front camera will have the 8-megapixel sensor. Being a Motorola smartphone, the Moto G5S Plus will be running on the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, as reported by Indian Express.
If recent rumors are to anything to go by then, Motorola is preparing to announce the Moto G5s Plus on July 25 in New York. However, Moto G5S Plus won't be a single device that is rumored to reveal at said date. The company is also planning to launch the Moto Z2 Force and Moto X4 during the event in New York.
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