All You Need To Know Moto G52

The Moto G52 smartphone from Motorola is rumoured to be unveiled soon. The smartphone, whose photographs were released by tipster Evan Blass, is currently the subject of reports. Codenamed “Rhode,” this smartphone is widely tipped to be Moto’s follow-up to last year’s Moto G51.


All You Need to Know Moto G52

The Moto G52 5G may come with either 4GB or 6GB of RAM and the Snapdragon 680 CPU. The device’s storage may be expanded through microSD and starts at either 128GB or 256GB.

Moto G52

As the Moto G51 had a battery capacity of around 5,000 mAh last year, a source has reportedly suggested that this year’s model, the Moto G52, will have a similar capacity. A 6.55-inch 90Hz FullHD+ pOLED screen could be included in the smartphone as well.

The camera hardware on the back of the Moto G52 includes a 50-megapixel main shooter, an 8-megapixel ultrawide shooter, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. A 16-megapixel punch-hole camera for taking selfies may also be included.


The leaked images of the Moto G52 do not reveal any significant visual changes to the device’s design. According to the rumours, the Moto G51 will look very much like the one released last year.

The Moto Edge 30 Pro’s curved camera housing is now found on many other Motorola devices. It’s possible that the Moto G52 will retain the fingerprint scanner’s current placement—in the power button, just below the volume controls on the right side of the smartphone.

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According to prior reports, Lenovo is preparing a slew of new Motorola products for release this year, with the Moto G52 possibly serving as the company’s curtain-raiser. The high-end Moto Edge 30 Ultra that the company plans to release may have Samsung’s largest 200-megapixel camera sensor.

The device apparently went by the codename “Frontier.” The Moto Edge 30 would be the more affordable sister to the Rs 49,999 Edge 30 Pro that is currently on sale in India. The ‘Dubai’ device is likely to be unveiled in the coming weeks, along with the similarly named ‘Dubai+’ and ‘Miami’ devices.