The G Line by Moto has been one of the driving impulses for the branching out of Motorola and Lenovo, this collaboration has brought remarkable success in industrial countries and global market. Now, with launch of Moto G5 the Lenovo aims to make their design budget friendly.
Lenovo held Motorola has launched its distinct 5th generation line, Moto 5 and Moto G5 Plus. This range will provide its customers a total low budget but a high-level device in its characteristics. The G series made a way for its upcoming smartphone Moto Z, including the incorporation of Amazon Alexa.
The brand-new handsets offer various features which include, long-life batteries with 2800mAh battery life, enhanced camera quality with 13 megapixels, security sensors. The phone is specified to grey or gold color, 1.4 GHz octacore processor and Moto G5 will be available in grey or gold, while the Moto G Plus features are much advanced carrying wider range of picture enhancement technologies, 2.0 GHz octacore chip and 3000mAh battery.
As per company, the two new devices would give customers premium features “without breaking the bank.”
Sales of devices will begin in March, in specific markets in Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific and North America.
Moto G will be available under the range of $199 for 2GB RAM/16GB storage. Moto G5 Plus will be ranged under $229 for 2GB RAM/32GB storage and $279 for 3GB RAM/32GB storage.