Moto G9 Plus meets Snapdragon 730 in Google Play Console

MOTOROLA MOTO G9 PLUS specifications have appeared on Google Play Console. According to the Google device list, the new Motorola Intermediate mobile phone might hit the stores with the Snapdragon 730 or Snapdragon 730G processor. It is not yet known when the manufacturer will unveil the successor to the G8 Plus motorcycle.

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The data sheet available on the Google Play console was found by Pricubaba Tuesday (8). According to the listing, the Moto G9 Plus will have intermediate specifications, such as 4GB of RAM and a Full HD+ (2400 x 1080 pixels) resolution screen and with a hole to house the front camera in the upper left corner. /p>

As for the processor, the Google Play listing cites the Qualcomm SM7150, i.e. the Snapdragon 730. But as stated Gizmochina However, it is possible that the phone will be announced with the Snapdragon 730G which brings optimizations to deliver better gaming performance as the chip is recognized by the same model.

Motorola’s next mobile phone will have a 6.81 inch screen and a 64 MEGAPIXEL quad camera, according to information found this Sunday (6) on an operator’s website in Slovakia. Moreover, the smartphone is expected to arrive in stores with 128 GB of storage, a 5,000 MAH battery and factory Android 10.

The new MOTO G9 mobile phone is expected to have two color options, according to leaked images in mid-August 2020: blue and bronze.

Always in agreement with the Slovak operator, the smartphone will be on sale in the European country at a price of 255 euros, if purchased without subscribing to a package. The value is equivalent to approximately R$1,610 in direct, non-tax conversion. However, the page does not inform when the smartphone will begin to be marketed.

There is no launch data or price for the Motorola Moto G9 Plus, although it was already approved by Anatel in early August 2020.

with information: GIZMOCHINA AND THE PRICE