Following Lenovo’s little conflict with branding and nomenclature of the Motorola brand which it acquired some years ago as the tech company had earlier incorporated Lenovo into the name but later dropped it for a catchy tech friendly ‘Moto’ and then of recent indicated its interest in bringing back the Motorola name in order to enjoy all the perks of publicity wi\hich the name brings on board, one of its latest flagship devices, the Moto G5 Plus has been reported to be coming into market.
The device which was announced days ago has been said to be coming into the market on March 31.
The Moto g5 Plus will be arriving into the US come March 31 and will be made available on the e-commerce website, Amazon, for $299.99.
However, if y7ou care little for the advertisement and other promotional splashes that may come with the device, you can get the Moto G5 Plus for as low as $185 on Amazon.
The $185 worth Moto G5 Plus will, however, be the mid-range variant of the device as it’ll sport 2GB of RAM and 32GB of onboard storage memory.
If you’re however interested in the premium grade variant of the device which boasts of 4GigaByte of RAM and 64GigaByte of onboard storage memory, be prepared to shell out $299.9. And you could pay as low as $239.99 for the phone in case you want the Amazon Prime ads to go with.
The Moto G5 Plus comes to market with pretty decent specs which include a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor along with a 5.2-inch screen which boasts a screen resolution of 1080pixels.
On the camera front, the Moto G5 Plus comes to market with a 12MP rear-facing camera and is powered by a 3000 mAh battery which runs the Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box powered device.