For the first time in about a year and a half, Motorola is coming out on the line with a real flagship (or two), preparing to steal a piece of the pie from Apple and Samsung in the ultra-competitive arena of high-quality smartphones before 2021 ends.
But the Lenovo-owned company continues to do what it does best. It is going to release cheap mid-range devices at a slow pace in a variety of markets around the world. The next such device is reportedly codenamed “Corfu5G” after a beautiful Greek island, which highlights its family connection with the “Ciprus5G”, called the Moto G51.
Its name will be Moto G71 when it finally sees the light of day. The company unveiled it recently after it received Tenaa regulatory approval in China. Currently, a source from the German website TechnikNews revealed almost all of its key specifications.
About the phone
According to the writing, the Snapdragon 695 processor will be under the G71 hood along with up to 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage space.
Although far from the competition, this new chipset will obviously surpass the Snapdragon 480+ that runs the Moto G51 5G before it finds itself among other candidates for the title of best cheap 5G phone such as the OnePlus Nord N20.
This device also comes with a huge 5,000 mAh battery that supports 30W fast charging, IP52 water and dust resistance, and a headphone jack.
Interestingly, a 6.43-inch Full HD + screen would make the device significantly smaller than the 6.8-inch Moto G51 5G (which comes with the same number of pixels). However, the triple rear camera layout sounds very familiar. It includes a 50MP primary camera, ultra – 8 MP wide-angle lens, and a 2 MP macro sensor.
All in all, we can definitely see the market for the Moto G71 5G, despite its many similarities with the G51 5G and several other Motorola mid-range devices available across Europe, Asia, and even North America.