Motorola should expand its family of entry-level phones with the arrival of a new Moto G. The so-called Moto G Go appeared in a test on Geekbench, one of the main benchmark platforms today, and had some of its specifications commented on. .
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The listing on the platform indicates that its official name must be Motorola Moto G Go. Even with Android 13 already available a few weeks ago, the smartphone should still be revealed with the Android 11 operating system. Judging by its name, the chances are high that it is Android 11 Go, a version aimed at entry-level phones with little RAM memory and storage.
In addition, it was found with only 2 GB of RAM, an amount considered low even for newer input devices. The fact that it might run Android Go might make sense in this case.
It also shows up with a MediaTek processor code “MT6762G”, an identification that refers to the Helio G25. This platform announced in mid-2020 has an eight-core CPU, four of them more powerful at 2 GHz and another four aimed at energy efficiency at 1.5 GHz, with the PowerVR GE8320 GPU embedded.
With this set, it managed to register 141 points in the test with only one core and another 508 points in the test that demands the maximum capacity of the smartphone, reinforcing its positioning as an entry model.
What to expect from the Motorola Moto G Go?
According to what was previously leaked, the Moto G Go should have very simple features. It should have an IPS LCD screen with a notch at the top where a 5 MP camera will be for selfies and video calls. At the back, it should have two cameras, one with a 13 MP sensor and another with a 2 MP of unspecified function.
In addition, it should have a USB Type-C port for charging and data transfer, a 3.5mm P2 connection for headphones and a fingerprint reader positioned on the back cover.
Unfortunately, there is still no set date for its officialization. Because of this, keep an eye on Canaltech so you don’t miss any news.