Unannounced Moto G64 5G shows up on Google Play Console

Motorola recently launched Moto G Power 5G (2024) and Moto G (2024) to enrich its smartphone portfolio, especially the Moto G family. The company is also teasing its upcoming Edge 50 Pro and Edge 50 Fusion devices, which could be unveiled as early as April 3. Meanwhile, another Moto G device seems to be entering the market without much fanfare

The Motorola Moto G64 5G was recently spotted on the Google Play Console with some essential details. Apparently, it will run the MediaTek Dimension 7020 chipset – a 5G, 6nm chip that’s basically a re-branded Dimension 930 from 2023. It has two Cortex-A78 cores up to 2.2 GHz and another six Cortex-5-5 up to 2GHz. Also an IMG BXM-8-256 GPU. Google Play Console has listed two variants of Moto G64y – one with 8GB RAM and one with 12GB.

We don’t know the diagonal of the display, but we do know that it has a FullHD+ resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and a reported pixel density of 400 ppi. From the included device image, we can see that the display has a selfie punch hole. The volume and power buttons also appear to be located on the right side of the phone.

It is worth noting that a few days back, an alleged Moto G64y 5G with the same specs was also spotted on the Google Play Console but is no longer listed there. The list was probably edited to reflect the new device name. We’re yet to see how this new model will differ from last year’s Moto G54, which looks pretty similar.

We don’t have any further information on the phone at this point, but we’ll keep an eye out for any additional developments

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