Moto G5S Plus Leaked: Reveals dual camera set-up

Motorola's budget smartphone Moto E4 Plus as seen in company's website

Slash Leaks has revealed images of the new Moto G5S Plus and the photos suggest that it will feature a dual camera setup.

The smartphone will feature a 5.2 inch full HD display and will be powered by 2GHz octa-core Snapdragon 625 SoC.

The images were given out by SlashLeaks, which reveals that Moto G5S Plus smartphone boasts an increased display, anodized aluminum body and dual camera setup on the back with improved bokeh or the depth-of-field effect. And the selfie shooter is powered by a 8 Megapixel camera which is another upgrade. Within the device the RAM of 4GB and the 32 GB Samsung manufactures internal storage. Whereas the earlier model Moto G5 Plus had a single 12 MP rear camera. The new device is expected to launch on July 25, and now pictures of the Moto G5S Plus has been leaked. The rumored launch event on 25 July 2017 is reported to unveil the next lineup of Motorola smart phones.

Another report from a tipster named - Andri Yatim, the upcoming Moto G5S Plus may cost around Rs 17,999.

The Moto G5S Plus is expected to be a good mid range contender with a premium built quality from Motorola. How will it stack up against Moto G5 Plus? Given the EMEA label found in the device's fastboot screen, it is likely that the leaked device will be sold in Europe, Middle East, and Africa.

The Moto G5S Plus will run on Android Nougat out-of-the-box and will be backed by a 3000 mAh battery pack.

It is rumored that Motorola will announce the arrival of the Moto G5S Plus on the 25 of July, in NY.

The Lenovo owned smartphone maker is now planning to add more surprises to the category by adding new camera hardware to its Moto G line-up. The company is looking forward to producing low-priced devices with a premium build and excellent hardware configuration to cater the all market segment, as the numbers of rivals have increased to a greater extent and the market has become very much saturated.

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