Moto G dual selfie camera, and it could sport a Snapdragon 865

Moto G  dual selfie camera

Moto G  dual selfie camera


Motorola has confirmed it plans to incorporate a Snapdragon 800 chipset inside one among its next Moto G phones, and that we now have a thought of which, intrinsically a chipset could find yourself being inside a newly leaked device called the Moto G Nio.

This isn't the primary time we've heard of this device, but it is the first time it's been pictured during a leak, courtesy of often accurate leaker Evan Blass, and he specifically claims that it'll be the primary Moto G phone with a Snapdragon 800-series chipset.

This freshly leaked image, which we're unable to publish here, suggests that the phone could accompany a dual selfie camera setup and an outsized flat display with a near bezel-less design.

High-end for a G

Previous leaks have suggested the Moto G Nio will feature higher end specs than a typical Moto G device, including a Snapdragon 865 chipset, which is additionally found within the likes of the OnePlus 8T. So while not confirmed for now, this is often looking likely to be the primary Moto G with a Snapdragon 800-series processor.

Incidentally, an identical smartphone with a dual selfie camera was spotted during a Motorola video talking a few new feature the corporate is functioning thereon would allow its smartphones to be used as a gaming console, a TV interface, and a Samsung DeX-like desktop interface. therefore the phone likely exists.

In order to completely support this new feature - and supported previous leaks - the Moto G Nio may additionally accompany a DisplayPort Alternate Mode, an extension of USB Type-C to support video output to external displays. For Motorola phones that are already available, this new feature is predicted to return with the Android 11 update.

Other specs previously rumored for the Moto G Nio include a screen with a 105Hz refresh rate, plus a minimum of 8GB of RAM including 256GB of storage, and a 5,000mAh battery. 

We can also see a variant with a better memory and storage combination though, and supported leaks the Nio is predicted to run Android 11 out of the box. None of this is often confirmed just yet, but we imagine we'll hear more about the Moto G Nio soon.