This phone targets the North American market and costs around $300-$350. In contrast to other previous G-series additions, this one should feature an aluminum frame. The rear is most likely plastic and the fingerprint reader is (as can be seen in the returns). The phone is 10.1 mm thick, including the hump of the camera.
The Motorola Moto G Pure will be available in Electric Graphite (pictured) and Lagoon Green
The 6.5″ display will interestingly be an AMOLED. It’s intriguing since the remainder of the phone (particularly for the price range of $300) seems quite rudimentary, at least based on the information thus far.
Moto G Pure is rumored to utilize the Helio G25 chipset, while previous prototypes seemed to use P22. The G25 is a 12 nm device, featuring 8 Cortex-A53 CPU cores and a PowerVR GE8320 GPU, designed for about $100. The basic setup is 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage and Android 11 is pre-installed.
We were interested in hearing about the 48MP primary camera, however it’s only matched with a 2MP depth sensor and a 5MP selfie camera. There’s nothing to write about at home. The same applies to the 4,000 mAh 10W charging battery.
It is at least over USB-C and a headphone jack of 3.5 mm is available. Nevertheless, either the prices of 300-350 dollars are far off or Motorola needs calm time. In the second week of October we’ll know more when the Moto G Pure should be revealed.