Moto G23 official renders surface online, design revealed
The Moto G22 successor is launching soon
In March last year, the Moto G22 was launched in the global market, with the main USP being the design. The phone launched at €169.99 and had the MediaTek Helio G37 chipset, a Quad camera setup, a 90Hz LCD & a 5,000mAH battery. The successor is launching soon & today, the official press renders of the Moto G23 were shared by DealNTech. These press renders reveal the design & three color options.
The Moto G23 comes in at least three colors – Black, White & Blue. The camera setup on the rear looks identical to some recently launched Redmi & Realme devices. Compared to the Moto G22, there is now a triple camera setup on the back instead of a quad camera array. We can also notice the “50MP” text on the camera module, indicating a 50MP sensor for the primary camera. There is a hole punch design on the front, and the display has a thick bottom bezel.
The sides of the Moto G23 are flat, and there is a fingerprint scanner on the right side which doubles as the power button. The USB Type-C port is present on the bottom.
According to Appuals, the Moto G23 is launching in a single storage option – 4GB + 128 GB. In Europe, the price will be €199.
The specifications are not yet confirmed, but as per some reports, the phone may feature a MediaTek Helio G85 chip, a significant upgrade over the Helio G37 inside the Moto G22.