The Moto G 5G could be Motorola’s next budget 5G phone with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G

The Moto G 5G could be Motorola’s next budget 5G phone with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G

The newly announced Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G could be the system-on-chip selected to power the upcoming Moto G 5G, XDA has learned, alongside other specifications. Furthermore, a live device photo has also surfaced on Slashleaks, showing off the display and the camera cutout on the front. The Moto G 5G Plus launched in July of this year.

Motorola Moto G 5G front panel on the home screen

Moto G 5G reported specifications

The Motorola Moto G 5G is said to feature a 60Hz. 6.66-inch 2400×1080 display. We don’t know if it’s an AMOLED or LCD panel yet, and a camera cut-out is present in the middle of the status bar. It will likely have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, along with a 5,000 mAh battery too.


As for the camera setup, the Moto G 5G reportedly features 3 cameras on the back and 1 singular selfie camera. The three cameras reported are the following.

  • Samsung GM1 48MP primary sensor
  • Samsung S5K4H7 8MP telephoto
  • OmniVision OV02B10 2MP macro

The single selfie camera is the OmniVision OV16A1Q, which shoots at 16MP but uses pixel binning to create a 4MP image.

However, the more interesting news about the Motorola Moto G 5G is that it seemingly packs a dedicated Google Assistant button. This is a pretty self-explanatory button, as it will allow you to easily and quickly access the Google Assistant. It is also expected to come to Verizon in the US, though it will not have the Google Assistant button in tow. The Plus variant of this smartphone packs a Google Assistant button as well.

Finally, the Moto G 5G will have SD card support and an NFC reader. The model numbers for this particular smartphone are as follows:

  • XT2113-1
  • XT2113-2
  • XT2113-3
  • XT2113-5

The Moto G 5G was first reported by TechnikNews as having the codename “Kiev”. This is one of the first smartphones to pack a Snapdragon 750G, with both Xiaomi and Samsung being the only two OEMs to have confirmed launches.

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