Motorola One 5G to come with Snapdragon 765 and 6.7-inch 90Hz display under $500


Motorola One 5G to come with Snapdragon 765 and 6.7-inch 90Hz display under $500

The Android Smartphone company Motorola has added another 5G smartphone to its hood announcing Motorola One 5G. Motorola has launched a couple of Smartphones this year but this seems to be the cheapest one with the specifications on board. Motorola One 5G is very much similar to the previously launched 5G smartphone Moto G 5G Plus.

The Motorola One 5G smartphone is the first 5G supported smartphone in the companies value-focused range Moto one. The Android Smartphone is featured with a Snapdragon 765 processor and has a 6.7-inch Full HD+ display with HDR10 and a 90Hz refresh rate. The display has two hole-punch cutouts for the cameras on the front.

If you look at the cameras, the Motorola One 5G sport a quad-camera setup with a 48MP primary camera, a 5MP macro camera with a Ring Light flash around the sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP depth camera. On the front, the smartphone has two hole-punch cutouts for the 16MP and 8MP dual cameras for selfies.

Also, it is worth knowing that the smartphone does not have a fingerprint sensor at back or an in-display fingerprint because Motorola has designed the smartphone’s fingerprint sensor on the right frame and built into the power button. As far as the storage is concerned the Motorola One 5G smartphone comes with 4GB of RAM and 128GB inbuilt storage of which expandable storage up to 1TB.

The best part of Motorola One 5G is that it is powered with a 5,000 mAh battery which comes with15W USB-C charging. Also, the buyers get a 3.5mm headphone jack, and at long last, Motorola has an affordable Android phone with NFC. This is the most affordable Motorola’s smartphone that has 5G support, NFC, and 5000 mAh battery life, the smartphone is expected to be priced under $500(Rs. 36,680 approx). However, the company is yet to reveal the launch date of the Motorola One 5G Android Smartphone.

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