Moto G 5G leaked view shows quad cameras at the back, weird dual-hole design

Motorola is reportedly preparing to launch a budget 5G smartphone in the Moto G series, and the first could be named Moto G 5G. Reliable leak Evan Blass has shared an alleged rendition of the upcoming Moto G 5G, which may be its name for the international market, while US customers will get it under the Motorola Edge Lite (through XDA developers) nickname.

Speaking of the phone's design, we see a quad camera on the back, with the four lenses in a & # 39; squirkle & # 39; module next to an elongated LED flash. The primary camera uses a 48 MP sensor and will reportedly be accompanied by 16 MP, 8 MP and 5 MP cameras. The fingerprint sensor is integrated into the recessed power button on the right.

On the front we see two different round camera lens cutouts drilled in the top left corner of the screen. The screen will most likely use a 6.7-inch FHD + panel with a 90Hz refresh rate, and there's also a dedicated physical button – likely for calling up the Google Assistant – on the left.

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