Moto G5 Full Specifications: An Overview
If you find that the Moto G5 Plus is way too expensive for your taste, the little brother, the Moto G5 is a good backup choice albeit it’s also a good phone.
The Moto G5 sports a huge 2800 mAh Li-Ion to power the device almost the entire day of normal usage.
The Moto G5 operates using the latest Android operating system, Nougat. However, it is upgradable to Oreo.
The micro SD expandable storage to up to 256Gb for your movies, music and camera files is always present at this price point.
The camera is not as groundbreaking as Moto’s Z lineup but the 13MP main camera and a 5MP front facing one is just enough for video calls and the classic snapshot.
The display was a great full HD 5.0 inch screen covered with a scratch resistant glass.
The side lining is made of faux steel including the back panel makes the whole phone feel plastic-y. That’s why the Moto G5’s 144.3 x 73 x 9.5 mm build can feel cheap, it’s not hollow to the touch.
Though not as powerful as the bigger Moto G5 Plus, the Snapdragon 430 is a good processor for this price range.
Fingerprint (front-mounted), accelerometer, gyro, proximity. These are the sensors that makes the Moto G5 work at its optimal form.
Moto G5 Comes in a Variety of Colors
There are many color choices to choose from: Lunar Grey, Fine Gold and Sapphire Blue. All gorgeous designs to have the device that goes with your style and personality.
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