Moto G72 4G May Launch in September or October, Said to Come With MediaTek Helio G37 SoC

Moto G72 was spotted on multiple certifications recently.

Motorola’s upcoming G series smartphone, the Moto G72 was spotted on multiple certifications websites recently. The G72 was listed on FCC, TDRA, and IMEI databases globally and the same phone has made an appearance on BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards) in India, hinting at an imminent launch of the device in India as well.

The aforementioned listing did spill a few key specifications of the device such as the battery capacity and charging speeds. Now, a new report from Pricebaba has revealed the phone’s launch timeline in India as well as some key specifications. Let’s take a look at the details.

Moto G72 India Launch Timeline and Specifications

Firstly, the report says this will be a 4G device and not a 5G device. The Indian variant of the Moto G72 4G has a “Victoria22” codename, and its model number is XT2255-2, which is the same model as the one we spotted on the BIS yesterday. As for the launch timeline, the device is said to launch in India in the month of September or October, but there is no word on the week or day of the launch yet.

In September, the company is expected to launch the Motorola Edge 30 Ultra in India. This flagship phone could launch on September 8th and the Moto G72 is expected to launch after the Edge 30 series phone.

As for the Indian variant details, the report says the Indian variant of the Moto G72 4G has a “Victoria22” codename. The phone is said to feature a triple rear camera unit with a 48MP main snapper, 8MP secondary shooter and a 2MP camera. To the front, the phone is said to offer a 16MP selfie snapper. The phone will be powered by a new (unannounced) MediaTek SoC or the Helio G37.

Further, the G72 will come with 6GB/8GB RAM options with 4GB Virtual RAM support. As spotted on the certifications, the phone will draw power from a 5,000mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging. While there is no word on the pricing, the phone might cost anywhere from Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 based on the specs.

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