It looks as if Motorola is about to announce the second entry in its budget G9 phone lineup, just weeks after the Moto G9 Play has been revealed. The Moto G9 Plus has been featured in a listing on Orange Slovakia’s website that was spotted by WinFuture’s Roland Quandt. According to the listing, there will be four rear cameras on the €255 (about $300) phone including a 64-megapixel main camera and a massive 5,000 mAh battery.
Although Motorola’s recent flagship phones such as the Edge Plus and foldable Razr have been average at best, its budget lineup of G-series phones such as the recent G Stylus and G Power continued to offer great value. Their cameras are decent for the price, battery life is great, and the company makes sensible tweaks to the Android OS in its software.
The Orange listing says the Moto G9 Plus will have a 6.81-inch 1080p display, 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage (expandable via microSD), and run Android 10 out of the box. There’s no mention of the other three rear cameras resolution. There’s a punch-hole notch for its selfie camera around the front, confirming the design which was leaked last month by Evan Blass.
The G9 Plus looks likely to either be the second or third entry in the Moto G9 lineup from Motorola, depending on how you count them. It announced last month the Moto G9 Play in Europe which is more or less similar to the Moto G9 which announced for the Indian market the previous day.
The Moto G9 Play is a little cheaper than the G9 Plus, with a price of € 169.99 in Europe. It has a smaller 1080p 6.5-inch display, a triple-camera array with the main sensor that’s just 48-megapixels in resolution, and a Snapdragon 662 Processor. (XDA Developers notices that, in comparison, the G9 Plus is expected to use the more powerful Snapdragon 730) However, it still has the 5,000mAh beefy battery, indicating the battery life will not be a problem regardless of which of Motorola’s budget phones you pick.
There is no word on when or where the Moto G9 Plus would eventually release, but an official announcement can’t be too far away with retailer listings already live.
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