A new report by TechnikNews has revealed the key specifications of the upcoming Moto G51 5G smartphone. The report also said that the next 5G device from Motorola will be launched in November this year, and was codenamed the Cyprus 5G so far. It is supposed to have a triple rear camera setup, with 50MP and 8MP cameras, and it’s also supposed to have an FHD+ display, though the size and refresh rate of the screen isn’t known at the moment. The Moto G51 5G should be followed by another device, called the Moto G71 5G, which will be launched sometime later this year.
Moto G51 5G specs and features
As mentioned before, there are three camera sensors on the back, with 50MP and 8MP sensors. While the 50MP is the primary sensor, the 8MP camera will be an ultra-wide shooter. The third camera is a 2MP macro shooter, while there is also a 13MP camera on the front of the device.
Cameras aside, the Moto G51 is expected to sport the Snapdragon 750G chipset from Qualcomm. The device had been spotted on Geekbench earlier, which also showed that it will have 4GB of RAM inside. This is an interesting choice, since 4GB of RAM is too little for smartphones to take full advantage of these processors nowadays. We won’t be surprised if the Moto G51 5G ends up feeling too slow as compared to its competitors. The Geekbench tests returned single core test scores of 541 to 545, while multi-core results were between 1602 and 1675.
Additionally, the Moto G51 5G is expected to run on the Android 11 operating system out of the box. It’s also supposed to sport a 1080p display on the front, and the battery specs for the device aren’t known right now. As the name suggests, the device supports 5G connectivity and it will also have NFC and Bluetooth functions.
The Moto G series has usually been priced in the budget range, so we expect something similar for the Moto G51 5G. The prices of the device haven’t been announced yet, though we should know the same soon enough.
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