Motorola’s upcoming Moto G5 smartphone has been leaked once again, this time in all its glory showing the final and finished product. The images are clear enough showing both the front and rear of G5 helping us decipher some of the specsheet details as well reconfirming it with past leaks.
The Moto G5 back sports a grayish metallic look with a removable battery. The circular bulged camera, a Motorola trait, has been retained. The flash is placed just below it and further down the ‘M’ brand can be seen.
Coming to the other image showing the front of Moto G5, we have the oval-shaped fingerprint sensor embedded on the home button. The fingerprint scanner being the same as the one we find on OnePlus 3T, we expect it to be really fast. In Moto G5, the front fingerprint scanner also acts as virtual buttons. When you slide your finger to the left on the sensor, you perform the back function. When sliding to the right, the multitasking mode is triggered. The selfie camera is place on top left hand side of the device with the ‘Moto’ branding just in the middle.
Alongwith the final product images of G5, the report also reveals the OS on board which is likely to be Android 7.0 Nougat. From past rumors we know that the phone will sport a 5.5 inch full HD display, Snapdragon 625 CPU paired with Adreno 506 GPU.
Motorola plans to unveil Moto G5 along side Moto G5 Plus at the MWC event on February 26th.