Moto G9 Plus spotted on Google Play Console, Snapdragon 730 SoC confirmed

Motorola launched its latest Moto G series smartphone called the Moto G9 in India last month. It was the first phone in India to feature the Snapdragon 662 mobile platform. Now, Pricebaba has spotted the Moto G9 Plus on the Google Play Console.

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The Google Play Console listing reveals a render and some key specifications of the device, including a punch-hole display and Snapdragon 730 processor. Since the Moto G9 Plus has been listed on the Google Play Console, we can expect the launch to be around the corner.

Moto G9 Plus Google Play Console listing confirms Snapdragon 730 SoC

The Google Play Console listing of the Moto G9 Plus confirms that the smartphone will be powered by the Snapdragon 730 processor. The processor is accompanied by 4GB RAM and an Adreno 618 GPU. The listing also reveals that the smartphone will boot Android 10 out of the box, which should be a stock iteration of the software.

While the Play Console listing doesn’t reveal the size of the display, it does confirm that the screen will feature FHD+ resolution and a pixel density of 400ppi.

Moto G9 Plus specification and features (expected)

The Moto G9 Plus was spotted on the Orange Slovakia website recently, revealing several key details of the upcoming phone. The specifications on the telecom operator’s website also confirm the 4GB RAM, Android 10 and FHD+ screen spotted on the Play Console.

Apart from this, the Orange listing also reveals that the Moto G9 Plus will come with a 6.81-inch LTPS display. The phone will feature a 64-megapixel quad-camera setup on the back, 128GB storage with support for a microSD card and a 5,000mAh battery. Previous rumours have suggested that the phone will feature a 16-megapixel selfie camera.

Abhiman Biswas

Abhiman has over 8 years of experience in content development. He is a Senior Writer and Social Media Manager at Pricebaba. He covers technology news, feature articles, and tech reviews, apart from managing the official Facebook and Instagram handles. Despite a degree in marketing, his love for latest gadgets and technology steered him towards consumer technology coverage.