This is the Moto G31 & it is coming with a 50 Megapixel camera
It will be a budget offering from the brand!
In February this year, Motorola launched the Moto G30 smartphone, which offered a 90Hz 720p LCD, a 64 Megapixel camera & the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SOC. Now, the company is preparing to launch the successor of that phone, the Moto G31. The phone was spotted on NCC certification recently, which gave us a look at the design of it & also revealed a few things such as the battery capacity, charging speed, camera megapixels, etc.
In terms of the design, the Moto G31 looks like an entry-level phone with that super rounded edges and a plastic unibody build. The back panel has a textured finish, and there is also a fingerprint scanner on the rear with the Motorola logo in it. The phone packs a triple camera setup stacked vertically in an oval-shaped camera module. The NCC certification revealed two colors – Black & White.
The bottom of the phone has a USB Type-C port, and the speaker grill, whereas the top includes a 3.5mm headphone jack. There is a power button on the right side along with volume rockers and also a dedicated button which is most probably for Google Assistant. The display on the front has a hole punch for the selfie camera instead of a notch that we saw on the Moto G30.
In terms of the specs, the certification reveals that there is a 5,000mAh battery, and the adapter that comes with the phone is a normal 10W adapter. This is weird since the Moto G30 launched with support for 20W charging. We can also see that the camera module on the back has the text “50MP,” so this means there is a primary 50 Megapixel sensor. And finally, Android 11 runs out of the box.
We don’t know the rest of the specs, such as the processor or the display features, but as per a user on Twitter, Moto G31 will be priced at around $200 when it launches!