The Moto G5S Plus is confirmed to feature dual rear cameras in its latest leak


Motorola and Lenovo are gearing up to launch several different lineups of devices over the next few months. Two of these upcoming devices are the Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus. Over the last month or so we have learned a bit more about what’s to come thanks to some renders that have been leaked.

Today, we have our first look at what is supposedly the Moto G5S Plus in some “real world” photos. The images show off a design which lines up with the previously leaked renders while confirming an aluminum build. We can also see the dual rear camera setup that will be making an appearance once the device is launched, but we don’t know which sensors are being used.

These images also give us a look at the “About Phone” section of the G5S Plus, which reveals the device to include Android 7.1.1 Nougat with the March Security Patch. However, that’s all the information that was shared, so we really don’t have an idea as to what will be under the hood.

Previous rumors claim the G5S Plus will feature a 5.5-inch FHD display while being powered by the Snapdragon 660 and 4GB of RAM. It’s definitely apparent that these devices will be nestled in the low to mid-range markets, so let us know if you’ll be interested in one once Motorola lets the cat out of the bag.



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