The launch of the Motorola G84 5G could be imminent as alleged renders of the smartphone have been leaked online. The image shows the front and back design of the device. In the leaked images, it can be seen in three different color options with a punched-out display. They also suggest a dual rear camera setup for the Motorola G84 5G. It could come with an in-display fingerprint scanner. The Motorola G84 5G could launch with upgrades over last year’s Moto G82 5G and this year’s Moto G73.
Tipster Evan Blass (@evleaks) Posted alleged renderings of the Motorola G84 5G on X (formerly Twitter). It is designed with slightly thick edges on the sides and has a center-placed punch hole on the display to accommodate the selfie shooter. The handset will appear in black, gray and red color options. In addition, the smartphone seems to have a fingerprint sensor in the display for authentication.
On the back, the Motorola G84 5G appears to have a dual rear camera and LED flash. The camera unit has a 50-megapixel primary sensor with optical image stabilization (OIS). The camera sensors appear to be grouped in a rectangular island in the top left corner of the handset. The Motorola logo can be seen on the back.
This new development comes hours after Blass shared alleged renders of the Moto G54 5G on X.
The Moto G84 5G is expected to succeed the Moto G82 5G and Moto G73 5G. The former was launched in India last June at a starting price of Rs. 21,499 for the base variant with 6 GB RAM + 128 GB storage. The Moto G73 5G was released in March this year with an initial price of Rs. 18,999 for the sole 8GB RAM + 128GB storage variant.
The Moto G82 5G runs on an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 SoC, while Motorola’s G73 5G is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Dimensity 930 SoC. The Moto G82 5G has a triple rear camera, led by a 50MP primary sensor, while the Moto G73 5G has a 50MP dual rear camera.
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