Moto G 5G Will Arrive on 30 November on Flipkart with SD 750G

Motorola has just confirmed the launch date of its upcoming 5G smartphone Moto G 5G. The phone is going to be a mid-range smartphone which will support newer and faster bandwidth and will be launching on 30th November through Flipkart. Recently Motorola on its official handle of Twitter, Motorola India, shared a video which revealed the launch date and some of the details of the smartphone.

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The Motorola G 5G will be sold through Flipkart in India which is one of the biggest e-commerce platforms for selling electronic goods and many other things, it is one of the biggest competitors of Amazon in the country. The smartphone will go on sale at 12 PM IST and will be available on Flipkart. 5G is currently not available in India but will soon start testing in some of the cities. Few 5G phones have already been sold in the country but very few are in the mid-range like OnePlus Nord and now Moto G 5G will be joining.

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Moto G 5G is set to arrive with a similar price tag as those of the Chinese smartphones and it may also undercut its prices to compete with them. At this moment, OnePlus Nord is the cheapest 5G phone available in India but Moto G 5G price maybe a bit lower than OnePlus Nord. We currently do not have proper pricing of the phone but it is said to be launched in India around 24,999 which is similar to OnePlus Nord. Moto G 5G will we powered by Snapdragon 750G which is known to be a bit powerful than what we have seen in Nord with Snapdragon 765G.

It is also known that Moto G 5G will have a quad rear camera setup which will include a 48-megapixel primary sensor, 8-megapixel secondary sensor and two 2 megapixel lenses. It will have a 16-megapixel front camera for your selfies

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which will be incorporated in a punch-hole display of a 6.7 inch FHD+ IPS LCD display. The smartphone will be backed by 5000 mAh battery that will support up to 20W fast charging.