Motorola Bringing Dual-Cam to Moto G Series with G5 Special Edition Smartphones

July 10, 2017, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola has just launched the latest edition of its Moto G smartphone device. But that’s not stopping the Lenovo-owned company from launching another variant from the series despite having other devices in the launch queue.

A special edition of the Moto G5 and G5 Plus is expected to be arriving soon, and it will be called the Moto G5S and G5S Plus respectively. The biggest addition will be the introduction of dual-lens setup in the rear face of the device. Apart from that, Motorola will also have specification upgrade to draw a clear line for the Moto G5S from its predecessor.

Motorola is all set to introduce dual-cam setup with the Moto Z2 device in the upcoming event. It appears that the X4 won’t be the solo device to feature the step-up as it will be accompanied by the G5S.

The standard 12MP camera from the G5 will be replaced with dual 13MP sensors on the G5S. The dual-cam in G5S will use the setup to capture snaps in both monochrome and color to produce better output. Other features like background replacement and bokeh effects are also expected to be present on-board. The front cam will also receive an upgrade with the inclusion of an 8MP sensor.

As with the internals, Moto G5S will feature Snapdragon 625 processor with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, which is exactly the same as with the G5. However, these specs will now be powering up a bigger display which will be of 5.5-inch in size with Full HD resolution.

A shift in design is also in the prospect as the new leak suggests that the G5S will bid goodbye to the plastic rear body for an anodized aluminum exterior. This will be available in three different shades: black, silver and gold.

Both the Plus and standard variants of the G5S will be launched in the upcoming event at the end of this month. Motorola will also unveil the Moto Z2 device during the event. Moto X4, the other device poised to feature the dual-cam setup, won’t be unveiled during the event and is expected to make the debut at a later date.

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