Motorola’s Moto G series products will get the first mobile phone supporting the Snapdragon 800 series next year. It is said to be called Motorola “Nio”. A well-known mobile phone reminder shared a front panel image claimed to belong to the mobile phone. It shows a Moto G branded smartphone with relatively thick bezels on all sides, and two punch-hole cutouts for selfie cameras on the display. The phone is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 865 SoC. The reminder also shared some other details about the upcoming phone.
The long-rumored Motorola “Nio” looks like we can finally face it. This will be a Motorola Moto G brand phone, and according to the image shared by the prompter Evan Blass via voice, the border around it is relatively thick, and the chin is even thicker. For selfie cameras, there are two separate perforated cutouts in the upper left corner of the screen. This is almost everything we can tell from the image.
It is expected that the Motorola Moto G brand mobile phone codenamed “Nio” will be supported by Snapdragon 865 SoC. It may also have a desktop interface similar to Samsung DeX, which can be activated by connecting the phone to an external display.
In terms of specifications, previous leaks indicate that Motorola “Nio” can be equipped with up to 12GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage. It may run Android 11 out of the box, and has a USB Type-C port, which will support connection to an external display. The rumored phone is also equipped with a 105Hz refresh rate screen.
Motorola revealed at the 2020 Qualcomm Technology Summit that 2021 will be the tenth generation of Moto G, and next year there will be Moto G phones equipped with Snapdragon 800 series. As of now, the company has not determined a release date, but it is expected that the phone will be released in the first quarter of next year. It is expected that the company will also launch two inexpensive phones at about the same time.
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