Moto G71 5G India Prices Leaked Ahead of Launch, to be Priced Under Rs 19,000

Moto G71 5G will launch in India on January 10th.

Moto G71 5G

Moto is all set to launch the Moto G71 5G handset in India on January 10th. The handset was launched alongside Moto G51, Moto G41, and Moto G31 in Global markets back in November. Ahead of the launch, the Moto G71 India price has surfaced on the web. Tipster Abhishek Yadav shared a screenshot, which appears to be of the Motorola website, revealing the pricing of the handset. Going by the screenshot, the Moto G71 5G will carry a price tag of Rs. 18,999 in the country. Take a look at the screenshot below,

Ahead of the launch, the company has started revealing the features of the upcoming Moto G-series handset. Motorola has revealed that the Moto G71 5G will come with as many as 13 5G band support, making it the handset with the most number of 5G bands in the segment. Apart from it, the company has also confirmed that the Moto G71 5G will be the first handset in the country to feature an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 processor.

Apart from it, the Moto G71 Indian variant is now confirmed to feature a 6.4-inch Full HD+ OLED display with 490ppi pixel density and 700nits brightness. The handset will offer a 50MP primary rear shooter with Quad pixel technology. It will also feature an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens which will double as the macro sensor. The Moto G71 5G Indian variant will also have a dedicated macro vision camera.

The Moto G71 5G comes with a 5,000mAh battery unit and 33W fast charging support. It will offer ThinkShield for mobile, IP52 rating with water resistance, and a stock Android experience. Motorola has revealed that it will upgrade the upcoming handset to Android 12, and it will get security patch updates for the next two years. It is confirmed to come with 128GB onboard storage. The handset is confirmed to retail in Neptune Green and Arctic White color variants.

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