Following leaked specifications and teases of Motorola’s upcoming Moto G54, official renders have surfaced of the budget Android device that the Moto G is said to launch in the US in 2024. From the looks of it, the Moto G54 might offer minor external changes over its predecessor.
The Motorola Moto G54 was first spotted in leaked images shared by Pixel earlier this month. Tech Outlook. Fortunately, another source (via Evan Blass) has dropped more photos of the final press materials that Motorola may use during the launch with a clearer look at the device.
What is the difference with the Motorola Moto G54 (2024) design?
On closer inspection, the rear panel appears to have curved edges compared to the previous flat back. The dual-camera module has been slightly updated with a rectangular camera island designed by DD Flash. It also features a 50MP main sensor with a quad-pixel tag, which could be the same snapper from last year’s budget Motorola shooter.
The front panel is partially visible, but we can easily make out that it has the same thick bottom bezels as the Motorola Moto G53. At the same time, there’s a center-focused punch-hole cutout that houses the 16MP selfie camera.
Motorola Moto G54 colors and specifications
The Moto G54 colorways confirmed here are Outer Space, Coronet Blue and Ambrosia. If you are not familiar with these shades, the first is a dark gray with a bright blue and the last is more olive green. However, apart from these three we can see more differences.
Coming to other specifications, Motorola Moto G54 or Moto G (2024) offers a 6.5-inch screen with FHD+ resolution at 120 Hz refresh rate and large memory options with 8 GB RAM and 256 GB storage. The battery capacity is said to be unchanged at 5000 mAh and the main 50 MP camera is said to be paired with a 2 MP macro sensor.
It is not known when the Moto G54 will be announced. In reference, the Moto G53 was released last year in December. On that note, we can see a similar release schedule for the unannounced Motorola handset. Meanwhile, looking to get a cheap Android phone or gift this year?