The Moto G62 5G, Motorola’s next affordable phone, is expected to be unveiled soon. WinFuture, a reputable German publication, has recently published a report that reveals practically all of the phone’s major specifications, as well as marketing photos.
Moto G62 5G Expected Specifications:
The Moto G62 will have a 6.5-inch FHD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate. Given the lack of a fingerprint reader, it’ll almost certainly feature an AMOLED panel. A 16MP selfie camera will be built into the display. The Snapdragon 480+ will apparently power the phone, the same chipset that was utilised in the Moto G51 5G last year, combined with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, with the microSD card allowing for additional storage.. The 480+ is built on an older 8nm technology, whereas the 680 is built on a 6nm node, despite having newer CPU cores and a more powerful Adreno GPU.
The phone’s three camera modules will be set up as follows: 50MP main, 8MP ultra wide, and 2MP macro. Because the 480(+) does not support 4K, the main camera will most likely be limited to 1080p video resolution. Moving on, the phone will be equipped with a 5,000mAh battery that supports rapid charging (the G52 has a battery with the same capacity and it charges at 30W).
According to WinFuture, the Motorola Moto G62 will cost less than €300. However, given the G52’s €250 price tag, there isn’t much room for error. The G71 5G, which costs €300, and the G82, which costs €330, further limit the price range.