While renders of the alleged Moto G5S emerged on the Internet just yesterday, fresh images of the bigger variant- the Moto G5S+ has now surfaced unveiling a few aspects of the upcoming device. The images obtained by MySmartPrice reveals four distinct colour options that the Moto G5S+ could possibly offer- Gold, Grey, Silver (with White front), and Gold (with White front).
In terms of design, the Moto G5S+ appears similar to the base variant, the Moto G5S with antenna lines running on top and bottom of the device, a metal body, smooth curve edges and the dimple Moto batwing at the back panel. As for the optics, the images corroborate with the presentation slide that was leaked a few weeks ago by the prolific leakster Evan Blass. The device is seen sporting a circular camera module with dual sensors and dual LED flash right below. Apparently, the Moto G5S+ would be the first phone from Motorola’s labs to bear a dual-camera setup. At front, the alleged Moto G5S+ can be seen featuring the moto logo, a front and sensors. A front-facing fingerprint sensor embedded on the oval shaped Home button and the standard 3.5mm audio is seen located at the top.
Speaking about its specifications, the Moto G5S+ is said to feature a 5.5-inch display with 1080×1920 resolution. The device is expected to run the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box. Details regarding the RAM/storage, pricing or availability of the Moto G5S+ is scarce as of now, but the gadget leakster has already unwrapped Motorola’s smartphone launch roadmap for the year. Apart from the new Moto G lineup, the leaked slide revealed the yet-to-be announced Moto Z Play, Moto Z Force, fourth edition Moto E and the Moto E Plus and the Moto X which is said to sport a 5.2-inch full HD display, 3D Glass and SmartCam technology.