Motorola to launch the Moto G5S and G5S Plus with dual camera setup

Lenovo-owned Motorola Mobility is in the limelight for all the right reasons after the success of Moto G5 and the Moto G5 Plus earlier last year. According to reports, Motorola is on a streak to launch another variation to the G5 lineup, the G5S and the G5S Plus.

The specifications of the Moto G5S and the G5S Plus have reportedly been leaked through marketing material from Motorola. Its specifications have also been spotted while clearing necessary Bluetooth certifications.

The Moto G5S Plus has been rumoured to retain the processor from the G5 Plus which is the Snapdragon 625. It will also maintain a similar footprint and screen resolution as the G5 Plus’ Full HD (1080 x 1920) display. The RAM/internal memory combination should also max out at 4GB/64GB similar to the G5 Plus.


The new distinctive feature to the Moto G5S and its Plus variant should be an inclusion of a dual rear camera setup. The G5S Plus has been reported to sport two 13MP sensors at the back of which one is expected to be an RGB sensor while the other will sense monochrome data. This new camera setup, together with some software tweaks under the hood should be able to capture images similar to what the portrait mode on the iPhone 7 Plus and the OnePlus 5 have to offer.

As far as the certifications’ spottings go, the phones have been reported to sport Bluetooth 4.2 and run Android 7.1.1 out of the box. These sightings have been reported from Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), by Android Headlines. Apart from these details, not much has been revealed and we will have to wait and watch the launch event which will tentatively be on 25th July.