Motorola could soon debut the Moto G Play (2021). The company has not made any official confirmation on the smartphone’s launch. However, the device has been spotted on the Google Play Console. The listing reveals key Moto G Play (2021) specifications. The smartphone will come with a Qualcomm SM4250 chip, which is the codename for the Snapdragon 460 processor. The listing further reveals that the device will come with an HD+ display and run on Android 10 out of the box. Let’s take a look at the Moto G Play (2021) specifications, features, and other details revealed in the Google Play Console listing.
Moto G Play (2021) specifications leaked via Google Play Console listing
Motorola G Play (2021) is expected to launch very soon. The smartphone has been spotted on the Google Play Console ahead of the launch confirmation. The device will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 processor. The chipset will be paired with an Adreno 610 GPU, and 3GB of RAM. It is possible that the company could launch the smartphone with more RAM and storage options. The same details of the performance unit were previously spotted on Geekbench as well.
The Google Play Console listing further reveals that Moto G Play will come with an HD+ display. It will have a 720 x 1600 resolution. The screen will have a waterdrop notch and come with a fairly thick chin bezel. Details about the screen size have not been revealed.
The image on the Google Play console also reveals that the power and volume keys will be placed on the right edge.
Lastly, the listing also reveals that the device will run on Android 10 out of the box.
Details about the camera setup of the device are currently unknown at the moment. The smartphone was also spotted on the Google Play supported devices listing. Moto G Play (2021) has been codenamed “guamna”.
As of now, this is pretty much all the information that we have on the upcoming Motorola smartphone.
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