Moto G20 Specs and Features Leaked – Launch Event is Imminent

Motorola will welcome a new smartphone under the G series after the successful debut of Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion. The upcoming phone, dubbed Moto G20, is expected to arrive in the coming months.

Now, fresh reports hint at the specs and features of the smartphone, and we also got the first renders. 

Here is what you need to know.

Moto G20 Specs and Features Tipped: What to Expect

Thanks to Nils Ahrensmeier from TechnikNews, we can get a glimpse of how the new Moto G20 might be like.

Display details

Moto G20 might flaunt a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS panel (likely IP52 for splash resistance). The display sports a waterdrop notch at the top for the camera sensor.

Hardware and software

Under the hood, the upcoming Motorola offering is said to draw its power from a Unisoc T700 processor coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB onboard storage.

Details about other storage options are still scarce. We can expect at least two other configurations and a MicroSD card slot for extra storage. 

Moto G20 will most likely ship with Android 11OS out-of-the-box.

Camera skills

Coming to camera capabilities, Moto G20 is believed to sport a sleek quad-camera setup within a rectangular module at the top left corner.

The setup might include:

  • A LED flash unit;
  • A 48MP main camera sensor;
  • An 8MP secondary ultra-wide-angle lens;
  • A 2MP depth sensor;
  • Another 2MP macro lens.

Upfront, a camera of 13MP is said to capture the best selfies and video calls. 

Battery capacity

A battery of 5,000mAh is said to keep the light on for several hours. We should also expect fast charging support. 

Moto G20 Possible Price Tag and Availability

The upcoming Moto offering might wear a price tag of about $180 and arrive in two colour versions, Rosa Flamingo and Sky Blue.

Unfortunately, details about the Moto G20’s availability are still scarce. Motorola should release the first official statements in the coming months.

 

Georgia Nica
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