Moto G GO Render leaked online, suggests dual rear camera setup, fingerprint scanner


Motorola is reportedly working on a new GO smartphone as the Moto G GO smartphone render has reportedly leaked online. The leaked render suggests that the smartphone may sport a dual camera setup and flash on the back. There’s also a fingerprint sensor with the Motorola badge in the center, placed below the rear camera module. The smartphone can be seen with a teardrop notch to house the selfie camera on the front. The right spine of the smartphone receives the volume rockers as well as the lock and unlock button.

The renders are courtesy of tipster Sudhandhu Ambhore, who disclosed, through a Tweeter, the alleged design of Motorola’s rumored Moto G GO. Along with the rendering, Ambhore also released a banner with the nickname “Moto G GO”. The said render of the smartphone revealed the design of the handset as well as some camera specs. The leaked render and banner signal that Motorola may be working on a new GO series smartphone.

Leaked banner shows Moto G GO moniker
Photo credit: Twitter / Sudhandhu Ambhore

In the leaked render of the Moto G GO, the smartphone can be seen sporting a dual rear camera setup with a flash. It can come with 13-megapixel and 2-megapixel rear camera sensors which have been placed vertically. Below the camera module, we can see the Motorola branding which would also house the fingerprint sensor. The top of the smartphone can be seen with a headphone jack and the bottom houses a USB Type-C charging port, speaker grill and microphone, as the leaked render suggests.

On the right spine of the alleged Moto G GO renders, we can see a lock and unlock button. Above the power button, the smartphone is visible with the volume rockers. On the other side, the left spine of the device houses the SIM and microSD card tray. The front of the Moto G GO may have a multi-touch display surrounded by thick bezels with a teardrop notch that houses a 5-megapixel selfie camera, the leaked render suggests.

Motorola hasn’t released any details on the Moto G GO smartphone yet.




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