Motorola’s new budget phone leaked with 64MP camera and 5,000mAh battery


It looks like Motorola is about to announce the second entry in its budget G9 phone lineup, just weeks after the Moto G9 Play was revealed. Moto G9 Plus Orange has appeared in a listing on Slovakia’s website Was seen by Of WinFuture Roland Quandt. According to the listing, the € 255 (about $ 300) phone will have four rear cameras, including a 64-megapixel main camera and a large 5,000 mAh battery.

Although Motorola’s recent flagship phones such as the Edge Plus and foldable razors have been mediocre, the budget lineup of recent G-series phones such as the G Stylus and G Power have offered great prices. Their cameras are generally good for the price, battery life is excellent, and the company makes a sensible turn in its software to the Android operating system.

The Orange listing states that the Moto G9 Plus will feature a 6.81-inch 1080p display, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage (expandable via microSD), and will run Android 10 out of the box. There is no mention of the resolution of its other three rear cameras. All around it is a hole-punch notch for its selfie camera, which confirms the design made last month by Evan Blass.

The G9 Plus is set to be either the second or third entry in Motorala’s Moto G9 lineup, depending on how you count them. Last month, it announced the Moto G9 Play in Europe, which is similar to the Moto G9 announced for the Indian market recently.

The Moto G9 Play is slightly cheaper than the G9 Plus, priced at € 169.99 European. It features a small 6.5-inch 1080p display, a triple-camera array with a main sensor that is just a 48-megapixel in resolution and a Snapdragon 662 processor. (Xda developers In contrast, the G9 Plus is expected to use the more powerful Snapdragon 730.) However, it’s still a beefy 5,000mAh battery, suggesting that battery life is one of Motorola’s budget phones regardless of which option Will not happen without for.

There’s no word on when or where the Moto G9 Plus may finally be released, but with retailer listings already in place, an official announcement may not be far away.