Moto G04 Launch Set for Second Week of February in India: Flipkart Availability Confirmed

Motorola will debut the Moto G04 smartphone with Unisoc T606 SoC.

  • Motorola confirms the launch of the Moto G04 in India.
  • The smartphone will be exclusive to Flipkart in India.
  • The G04 smartphone was recently launched in global markets alongside the Moto G24.

Motorola India had earlier shared a teaser on X (formerly Twitter) confirming the launch of a new smartphone without revealing the moniker. The Lenovo-owned brand has now confirmed that it will debut the Moto G04 smartphone and the launch date of the device in India. The micro-site of the upcoming Motorola smartphone is live on Flipkart, confirming the specifications of the device.

Moto G04 Set to Debut in Four Shades in India

Motorola confirms that the G04 smartphone will debut on February 15 in India. The micro-site confirms the Flipkart availability of the upcoming affordable Motorola smartphone. The Lenovo-owned brand will launch the G04 in green, blue, black, and orange colour options.

The marketing names of the shades will be different. Flipkart reveals that Motorola will equip the smartphone with a 6.6-inch IPS panel with a centred punch hole cutout to house the selfie camera. The IPS panel will sport a 90Hz refresh rate and large bezels on all four sides.

The G04 smartphone will be powered by an octa-core Unisoc T606 SoC fabricated on a 12nm process. The octa-core chipset has two Cortex A75 cores at 1.6GHz, six Cortex A55 cores at 1.6GHz, and a Mali G57 MP1 GPU. Motorola will launch the smartphone in 4GB + 64GB and 8GB + 128GB configurations.

The smartphone will debut with My UX, based on Android 14 out of the box. The smartphone will also have support for virtual RAM expansion up to 16GB. The micro-site confirms the presence of a 16MP snapper with AI support and portrait mode on the rear.

The smartphone will be backed by a large 5000mAh battery, which can be charged over a USB Type C port. Motorola divulges that the device will sport support for popular Moto gestures such as twist to open the camera and chop chop for flashlight.