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Moto G42 leaks on Twitter, expected to come with triple rear cameras, Android 12


Renders of the Moto G42 leaked on Twitter and indicated that the rumored smartphone will come with a triple rear camera setup. The phone was also spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance database with the model number XT2233-2. The new Motorola phone is expected to come with Android 12 out of the box and support dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity. The phone is also codenamed HawaiiPlusOLED22 on the Lenovo Hong Kong website, indicating that it could feature an OLED touchscreen.

Moto G42 renders were leak on Twitter by tipster Abhishek Yadav. As seen in the renders, the phone is expected to sport a triple rear camera setup with flash and a punch-hole camera on the front. The renders also suggest side-mounted volume and power buttons, as well as a speaker grille and microphone hole either side of the USB Type-C charging port at the bottom.

Moto G42 appears to have a USB Type-C port on the bottom
Photo credit: Photo credit: Twitter/ @yabhishekh

The Motorola smartphone was also listed in the Wi-Fi Alliance database with certification ID WFA119264. The model number listed on the website is XT2233-2 for the smartphone. The smartphone, as reported, is expected to come with Android 12 out of the box and will feature two frequency bands of 2.4GHz and 5GHz, suggesting dual-band Wi-Fi support. The phone was last certified by the organization on April 12.

The smartphone is also codenamed HawaiiPlusOLED22 on Lenovo’s Hong Kong website. The codename suggests the smartphone is likely to get an OLED touchscreen. Motorola has yet to officially confirm and share details regarding the availability and price of the smartphone in global markets.

According to a recent report, another Moto G series handset, the Moto G52j 5G, has been spotted on the Geekbench, Camera FV-5 and Wi-Fi Alliance websites. The smartphone is rumored to get the Snapdragon 695 SoC and run Android 11 out of the box.




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