A couple of new Motorola smartphones are set to launch soon, including the Edge 30 Ultra, Fusion, and Neo. The company is also working on a new Moto G Go model, according to a new benchmark listing.
A popular benchmarking platform, GeekBench, recently spotted the upcoming smartphone. It appears that the company is planning to launch a new line of affordable smartphones under the G series branding, with the Moto G Go being the first model. According to GeekBench, the new handset will come with Android 11 OS.
In addition, the device might run on the Android Go edition of the operating system, based on its name. The Android Go version is basically Android for smartphones with low RAM and storage. According to the benchmarking listing, the Moto G Go comes with 2GB of RAM, but there may also be a 3GB RAM version. There is no information on its storage option, but it is likely to be either 32GB or 64GB.
Moto G Go’s processor model number was also revealed on the platform. There is a new SoC called the “MT6762G”, which is basically the MediaTek Helio G25 SoC with IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU.
There are still many finer details about this device to be revealed, but we can expect more information soon. Stay tuned for more updates regarding this device.