Motorola gears up for a launch event on May 17 in India, expected to unveil Moto G4 Plus

By April 29th, 2016 AT 6:30 AM

Motorola is going to hold a launch event for an unnamed device in New Delhi on May 17. The company is expected to unveil the Moto G4 Plus. This report comes in accordance with the earlier reports that hinted Motorola working on a successor to the Moto G 3rd Gen.

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In terms of specifications for the upcoming device, the rumor mill suggests the device to come with a 5.5-inch 1080p display. It is expected to come powered by an octa-core CPU instead of Snapdragon 410 processor of the previous Moto G. The smartphone might also feature 2GB of RAM along with a fingerprint sensor.

Leaked images of the device also hint that it might come with a metal-clad design. These details are just leaks so we better wait for May 17 to know what Motorola has in store for us. Stay tuned for more info.

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Gerva sharma
Gerva sharma

Please update the article
Moto G4 will have a snapdragon 430 CPU
2 gb ram 13 mp camera
MOTO G4 plus will have snapdragon 650 cpu with 3 gb ram and 16 mp camera

Kiran Fernandes
Kiran Fernandes

snapdragon 410 is a fail.

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