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After being on the sidelines for too long whilst watching the likes of Samsung, LG and Sony take the leading role in the smartphone industry, Motorola is gradually working towards changing the status quo, as it ups its game in the making of top-end smartphones.
With its latest flagship devices including the Moto G5 and G5 Plus, set to make a major appearance at the Mobile World Congress, Motorola is hoping that the company will catch the break-light it has long been yearning for.
Moto G5 Plus which was previously cited to have been teased in several renders has now been dominated by the new Moto G5 that just recently appeared in FCC listing for certification.
The Moto G5 certification that is reportedly seen on FCC listing confirms previous stories that claimed that the smartphone device will come with a 3000mAh battery. The handset also supports turbo-charging with an output of 14.4W at 9V/1.6A or 12V/1.2A. Further, its in-box contents also confirm that Motorola will offer a 1-meter long charging cable with the device.
Furthermore, from the listing, the handset is also expected to get the NFC support. This could definitely be the first major change aside from adoption of metal unibody design that was revealed by previous leaks. The listing also affirms an addition of a DTV dongle which can be used as a TV tuner.
As per other specifications, the device sports a 5.5-inch full HD display, 16GB inbuilt storage, 13MP rear camera and 5MP front camera.