Recent Rumors On The Moto G5

For months we've heard rumors of all kinds on the Moto G5. In a few days these rumors will be made concrete thanks to the Mobile World Congress. For now, well go over these rumors. Read on to find out more...

G5 motorcycle Image from

For those who are behind with the news, here's a brief summary: In March, Lenovo is preparing to release a new series of mobile phones, the Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus. Unfortunately we do not know a date of release, but we assume that everything will be clear after MWC.

Technical specifications


G5 motorcycle Image from

This is what we know at the moment: the Moto G5 will have a 5-inch screen with full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), protected by a glass Gorilla Glass 3. It should mount a SoC Qualcomm Snapdragon processor 430, in two variants one with 2 GB of RAM and one with 3 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB of memory. The battery will be 2,800 mAh (3,000 for the Plus version) with Turbo Charge technology. As for the rear camera, it will have a resolution of 13 megapixels, the front camera will be 5 MP. Finally, in regards the operating system, Android 7.0 will use Nougat and you can count on a 4G LTE connectivity and NFC.


G5 motorcycle Image from

Roland Quandt believes that the price of Moto G5, at launch, will be lower than that of Moto G4: about €189 for the version with 2 GB of RAM, and 209 euro (in place of €249 for the G4) for one to 3 GB. Here's the tweet:

G5 motorcycle

So you will just have to stay tuned with us, because we will be following all developments in the MWC, to be able to provide the best news.

Write what you think in the comments , we at GoCustomized we want to know!

One thought on “Recent Rumors On The Moto G5”

  • fusSuemy

    Thanks for your blog post. A few things i would like to make contributions about is that laptop memory is required to be purchased but if your computer is unable to cope with whatever you do with it. One can put in two RAM boards with 1GB each, for instance, but not certainly one of 1GB and one of 2GB. One should check the company's documentation for one's PC to make sure what type of storage it can take.

Leave a Reply