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Motorola to launch its cheapest Moto G 5G Plus smartphoneMost people are now looking for a cheap 5G phone to get next-gen connectivity. The new Motorola phone can give you a wonderful experience according to your needs. The company is presenting the Moto G 5G Plus, newly launched in the UK and Europe. But, it will soon be available in various markets globally including the United States and Australia. It will be available at $375 with its most affordable variant. It has been considered the cheapest phone with the next generation of connectivity; however, a 5G contract will still often cost you dearly. Motorola’s Moto G line consists of affordable phones. But, the Moto G 5G Plus isn’t just a normal Moto G8 Plus with a 5G modem shoved inside.

The Moto G 5G Plus has a 6.7-inch screen, 4 rear cameras, 2 front-facing snappers, an advanced Snapdragon 765G chipset, and the first side-mounted fingerprint sensor that Motorola has used in years. The phone runs Android 10 and has the company’s My UX software. It was first found in the Motorola Edge. The software enables you to customize lots of parts of the phone. The phone goes on sale in the UK and Europe during the 3rd quarter of July 2020. The price and version with 64GB of storage and 4GB of RAM at $375, but there’s a 128GB/6GB version and it will be available at $435.

Motorola rumor has pointed out and said, “With the exciting release of Moto G 5G Plus in Europe, Motorola is advancing its mission to deliver 5G for all. In North America, affordable 5G started with Moto Z4 and 5G Moto mod and continues with the edge, launching later this summer. To further our mission, Motorola is committing to launch a sub-$500 5G device in North America this fall”. It is noteworthy that the current cheapest 5G phone in the states is the Nubia Red Magic 5G and available between $500 and $579. But this Motorola phone would be the cheapest 5G phone in the United States.

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