Motorola G20 render images leaked along with specifications

Shortly after Motorola launched Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion, new leaks have emerged for the Moto G20 smartphone. The phone will be the third smartphone in the series which will be launched in a short span of time. The rendered image of the smartphone that has been leaked online gives a good idea about the design and the hardware specification it will come with. The details were leaked by Nils Ahrensmeier from TechnikNews and gives a brief idea about what to expect from the smartphone. The details of the phone do confirm a 6.5-inch IPS HD display and great color reproduction. The phone is also going to come with an IP52 rating, which means it has a splash-resistant body. 

The front screen of the smartphone also comes with a waterdrop notch and a 13 MP selfie camera sensor embedded in it. On the rear, it comes with a quad-camera setup and a 48MP primary sensor. The details also confirm that the smartphone will be running on the latest Android 11 operating system. Now the thing that differs the smartphone from others in the segment is the use of the Unisoc T700 chip, which will be paired along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The phone does come with a large 5,000 mAh battery, but there does not seem to be any support for fast charging, which would lead to a couple of hours to fully charge the device. 

Since the phone has been made specifically for people looking for something in the affordable category, the company has also skipped on the fingerprint sensor. However, it does get a dedicated Google assistant button like the other smartphones in the series. A previous claim stated that the phone could be priced somewhere around €148.07. However, if that comes to be true, it does not seem to be a very good offering in this segment. Many other smartphones in the same segment are coming with a better processor, better screen, fast charging support, and fingerprint scanner. However, the lack of such features is definitely going to be a reason of concern for the company if it is launched with the same specifications.

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