Motorola is working on a new Moto G-series smartphone. The company is expected to launch the Moto G50 very soon. Ahead of the official launch confirmation, the G50 has been spotted on China’s TENAA website. The smartphone, codenamed Ibiza, has been previously spotted on the 3C certification website as well. The latest TENAA listing reveals some key specifications of the device. The Moto G50 will come with 5G support. The TENAA listing reveals that the device will run on Android 11 out of the box. It will have a triple-camera setup on the back. Let’s take a look at the Moto G50 specifications, images, and other details listed on the TENAA website.
Motorola is gearing up for the Moto G50 launch event. The smartphone is expected to launch soon. Ahead of the launch, the device has been spotted on the TENAA website.
The listing reveals some of the key specifications of the device with the model number XT2137-2. It will come with a triple-camera setup on the back. Details about the camera sensors are unknown at the moment.
The phone will come with a 5G chipset as well. It will pack a 5000 mAh battery. The TENAA listing does not reveal the fast charging details of the Motorola G50. However, a recent 3C certification revealed that the phone will come with 10W charging support. If we look at the recently launched Motorola mid-range smartphones, they offer 20W fast charging. We can expect the same for the G50.
The phone will come with an 8.95mm thickness. Live images also reveal that the phone will have a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. The right edge houses the volume and power buttons, leaving the left side flush.
Details about the screen size and performance unit are unknown at the moment. Leaked information so far suggests that the phone will have a 90Hz HD+ display with a 720 x 1600 resolution. It will also come with a water-drop notch on top for the front camera.
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