Motorola is reportedly gearing up to launch a new smartphone known as Moto G Play 2021. The upcoming smartphone has been leaked on numerous occasions in the past. Now, some renders and key specifications of the handset has been tipped online. The smartphone might come with model number XT2093. The renders reveal that the phone might come with a dual-camera setup at the rear along with a waterdrop notch. The Moto G Play 2021 might feature Snapdragon 460 SoC, 5,000mAh battery, and more. Let’s take a closer look at the leaked specs of the Moto G Play 2021.
Moto G Play 2021 Renders Leaked Online
The Voice revealed the renders and specifications of the upcoming handset. The renders reveal that the handset will be available in Blue colour option. The rear panel comes with a dual-camera setup housed in a square camera module. There is a LED flash right above the camera sensors. One can also see Moto’s batwing logo, which might doubles as a fingerprint sensor.
The front panel comes with a waterdrop notch with some noticeable bezels at the top and bottom of the screen. The right side of the device features volume controls and power on/off button. That said, the phone will come with a polycarbonate body with some glossy finish.
Moto G Play 2021 specifications (rumoured)
The report highlights that the smartphone will come with model number XT2093. The phone’s codename is Guam. Moving on, the handset might feature Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 processor. It may pack 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. There might be an option to expand the storage using a microSD card slot.
The Moto G Play 2021 may come with a dual-camera setup with a combination of 13MP primary lens and a 2MP secondary shooter, which probably could be a macro lens. On the front, the device might feature a 5MP shooter for selfies and video calling. The handset might come with a 5,000mAh battery. A previous Google Play Console listing reveals that the phone will feature an HD+ display. It will have a 720 x 1600 resolution.
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