Days after we informed the readers that the new Moto G5S Plus could have a dual rear camera setup, a new report suggests that the features list of the Moto G5S Plus will only grow as a new 5.5-inch display has now been tipped. Also, the front snapper has now been improved to an 8-megapixel one. Also on board will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor which will make the device powerful and agile.
The Moto G5S Plus is an improvement over the existing G5 Plus, which has seen good sales in the country. An event on July 25 will see Motorola unveiling a number of new devices. We expect to see the Moto Z2, which is the flagship component of the range, and the Moto X4 as well. Now, with the Moto G5S Plus on the horizon, the G5S series too will receive a boost. This report points out that noted leakster Evan Blass has claimed that the new Moto G5S Plus will have 5.5-inch full HD display, an improvement over the 5.2-inch display we see on the existing Moto G5 Plus. Besides, it is tipped to have a unibody aluminum design.
At the heart of the device, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 will power the new device. Also onboard will be up to 4GB RAM and 64GB of native or internal storage. The main difference between the Moto G5S Plus and the existing G5 Plus is the dual rear camera setup. There are two 13MP image sensors on the back, one of which captures an RGB image while the other one records monochrome images.
One of the main features of the rear camera setup is that users will now be able to add a bokeh effect. The monochrome sensor will also allow you to capture black and white images. The front snapper is now 8-megapixel and is upgraded from 5-megapixel. Also onboard are beautification modes. While the price is not known at the moment, it might be under Rs 20,000. Motorola seems to have a winner on its hands.