Two days ago, Motorola unveiled the Moto G Pro stylus totting smartphone in Europe. The phone arrived as a revamped version of the Moto G stylus in the US. This year, Motorola has launched many smartphones in the G-series, and speculation from a reliable source suggests that the Lenovo-owned company is planning to launch a smartphone called the Moto G Fast.
According to reports, Motorola, at a time, posted a promotional video of the unannounced Moto G Fast on its YouTube channel but took it down not long after it was posted.
The promo video reportedly highlights the features, camera capabilities, and performance of the Moto G Fast. The smartphone was built to deliver super-fast performance and the battery can last for up to two days.
The dimension of the display is not known yet, but it does feature a punch-hole design at the top-left corner for the selfie camera. On the rear side, the smartphone is fitted with a vertically-oriented triple camera setup consisting of a main sensor, an ultra-wide lens, a macro sensor, and a LED flash.
The smartphone will be powered by a Qualcomm chipset alongside 3GB of RAM. The fingerprint sensor is integrated with the Motorola logo on the back panel of the phone. Comparing the RAM on the Moto G Fast to the 4GB RAM and Snapdragon 665 processor that powers the Moto G8, it appears the Moto G Fast will be less powerful.
We assume the company will be unveiling the latest G-series smartphone in the US soon.