Moto G 5G Debuts in India – India’s Cheapest 5G Smartphone


After days of teasing it, Moto has finally announced their latest smartphone in India, the Moto G 5G. Initially Moto G 5G was introduced in Europe as company’s cheapest 5G offering and now it’s the most affordable 5G smartphone available in India.

For starters Moto G 5G sports a 6.7-inch FHD+ IPS LCD panel having a standard refresh rate of 60Hz and HDR10 support, with a centred punch-hole cutout housing a 16MP sensor for selfies.

Moto G 5G

Powering the Moto G 5G is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G having Qualcomm’s X52 5G modem giving it support for mmWave and Sub-6GHz spectrums. The Snapdragon 750G inside the smartphone is coupled with 6GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage which can be expanded upto 1TB via a microSD card. There’s a 5000mAH battery with support for 20W TurboPower charging. The smartphone runs on Moto’s take of stock Android 10 with few customisations.

On the back, there’s a square camera module housing three sensors including the primary 48MP sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide lens with 118-degree FoV and a 2MP macro camera along with a LED flash. The fingerprint sensor is mounted inside the Moto dimple on the back.

Moto G5

Moto G 5G comes in two colours – Frosted Silver and Volcanic Grey colours and will be available for Rs. 20,999 for the lone variant having 6G RAM and 128GB internal storage exclusively through Flipkart. You can also avail an instant discount of Rs. 1,000 using HDFC Bank card.

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