The Motorola Moto G52 is said to be in the works. The development of the new G series phone has not been confirmed by Motorola yet, but previously, the display of the smartphone, along with its specs, has been leaked online. According to the leak, the Moto G52 will have a 90Hz refresh rate display and it will likely arrive as a mid -range phone. The Moto G52 can be powered by a Snapdragon 680 SoC. In the leaked display, the rumored phone is seen displaying a perforated display. The Lenovo -owned company is expected to pack a 50 -megapixel triple rear camera unit on the handset. The Moto G52 will likely arrive as a successor to the Moto G51 which started its career in India in December last year.
Well -known informant Evan Blass (@evleaks), in collaboration with 91Mobiles, has shared the rendering and specs of the alleged Moto G52. The display shows the handset in three different colors. The handset is seen featuring a perforated display design. The display shows three rear camera units paired with LED flashes arranged in the upper left corner of the handset. The phone is seen carrying a 50 megapixel main sensor. The Motorola logo is seen placed on the back panel. The mobile phone is said to have the code name ‘Rhode’.
Specifications of Motorola Moto G52
According to the leak, the upcoming Moto G52 can run on Android 12 and is expected to feature a 6.55 -inch full POLED HD+ display, with a 90Hz refresh rate. The upcoming handset can be powered by a Snapdragon 680 processor, plus 4GB or 6GB of RAM.
The Moto G52 is expected to feature a three -camera rear unit, with a 50 -megapixel main camera. The camera setup is said to include an 8 -megapixel wide -angle sensor and a 2 -megapixel depth sensor. For selfies, there may be a 16 -megapixel sensor on the front. Motorola is expected to pack either 128GB or 256GB of onboard storage on the device.
According to the leak, the Moto G52 is given an IP52 rating for water and dust resistance. Also, it is said to come with a 5,000mAh battery.
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