Motorola has launched its latest Moto G50 5G smartphone in the Australian markets today. The G50 5G smartphone by Motorola is quite similar to the G50 that was launched in March earlier this year. The only difference is that instead of the Snapdragon 480 that was powering the G50, the G50 5G is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset. Another noticeable change between the two is the placement of the fingerprint sensor and cameras.
Motorola G50 5G: Specifications and Pricing
First things first. The Motorola G50 5G houses a 6.5-inch HD+ LCD display with a higher 90 Hz refresh rate. The G50 5G features a waterdrop notch that also contains the 13 MP selfie shooter. Let’s get to the rear side now. The smartphone features a triple camera setup with a 48 MP main sensor along with a 2 MP sensor for Macro shots, and a 2 MP sensor for depth.
In terms of storage options, the G50 5G features 4GB of RAM and up to 128 gigs of storage. You also have the option of expanding the storage with the help of a dedicated SD card slot. The phone draws its power from a 5,000 mAh battery with support for 15W fast charging.
The Motorola G50 5G smartphone runs on My UX launcher on top of Android 11. Other specifications include a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, an NFC receiver, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Users would be given the option of choosing between two color options: Green and Meteorite Gray. As of now, the phone is available for sale only in Down Under and carries a price tag of 399 AUD. The company is yet to announce the pricing and launch details for other parts of the world.