Moto G phones are available in both 4G and 5G models. It appears that the Snapdragon 680 chipset seen in the Moto G52 will be used in the Moto G42 as well. The next Motorola Moto G62 is expected to include 5G connection, according to leaked information, although it will be powered by an underwhelming chipset.
This year’s G62 is rumoured to run on the Snapdragon 480+, the same chipset that powered the Moto G51 5G in 2016. While the 480+ has newer CPU cores and a more powerful Adreno GPU, it was fabricated using an older 8nm process, whereas the 680 was fabricated using a 6nm node.
Although the phone will have 4GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage, it will also include a microSD card for additional storage.
Motorola’s G62 will sport a 6.5-inch FHD+ display with a 120Hz refresh rate. According to the lack of a fingerprint sensor, it is most likely an AMOLED display. A 16MP selfie camera will be incorporated into the display via a cutout.
A 50MP primary camera, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, and a 2MP macro sensor will all be found on the rear of the phone. Since the 480(+) does not support 4K, the primary camera’s resolution will most likely be limited to 1080p.
It will have a 5,000mAh battery that can be charged quickly (the G52 has a battery with the same capacity and it charges at 30W).
According to WinFuture, the price of the Motorola Moto G62 will be less than €300. However, given the G52’s €250 price tag, there isn’t much room for error. The G71 5G costs €300, while the G82 costs €330, further limiting the pricing range.
Moto G62 and G52 have a slightly smaller display (6.5″ vs. 6.6″) with a faster refresh rate (120Hz vs. 90Hz), a different chipset (Snapdragon 480+ vs. 680), the same camera arrangement, and the same battery capacity.