Motorola seems to be prepping up for the launch of a budget-oriented smartphone – the Moto G Pure. This particular handset had received FCC, Wi-Fi Alliance TUV, and the REL Canada certifications last month. These certifications had revealed key details of the hands like battery capacity, software information, and model number of the Moto G Pure. Now, in a recent development, the Moto G Pure smartphone has appeared on Geekbench. The Geekbench listing reveals the hardware specifications of the handset ahead of launch. As per the Geekbench benchmark listing the Moto G Pure will come with Helio G25 SoC. Let’s take a look at more details of the Moto G Pure ahead:
Motorola Moto G Pure Will Pack Helio G25 SoC
The Motorola G Pure has managed to score 135 and 501 points in the single-core and multi-core tests respectively at Geekbench. The Moto G Pure will be powered by a 2GHz Helio G25 processor. The device will pack 3GB of RAM and it will run Android 11 out of the box. And these are the details that we can grab from the preliminary Geekbench test result. The other key specifications of the handset such as camera configuration, display size, and design details remain to be a mystery at the moment. As mentioned above, Moto G Pure had already received the TUV certification last month.
As per the TUV listing, the Moto G Pure will pack a 4000mAh battery. The device is expected to offer 10W charging support. The same handset was also spotted on REL Canada certification, which had disclosed the model number of the device as XT2163-4. The Wi-Fi Alliance certification had revealed that this upcoming Motorola phone will run Android 11 out of the box. The official launch date of the device is not revealed by the company yet. Considering that the handset is packing a Helio G25 SoC and 3GB of RAM, this will an entry-level device from the Lenovo-owned company. We should get to learn more details of the Moto G Pure if it appears on more certification or courtesy of some render leaks in the upcoming few days.
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