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Next week, Moto will release the Moto G64 5G smartphone. Here’s what we currently know

In India, Motorola is going to launch a new smartphone. The Moto G64 5G is the next smartphone, the company revealed on social media. The smartphone’s design, colour choices, and debut date are all disclosed in the announcement.

In addition, Motorola has disclosed information on its RAM and storage capacities, CPU, battery, and camera.
The next smartphone will be the replacement for the Moto G54 5G, which debuted in India in September 2023. The MediaTek Dimensity 7020 SoC and 6,000mAh battery with 33W cable fast charging capability are included in the Moto G54 5G. Here are all the specifications for the forthcoming smartphone that you need to know.

Launch date of Motorola G64 5G in India
The firm revealed via an X post that the Moto G64 5G smartphone would debut in India on April 16 at 12 PM IST. Additionally, it has made a Flipkart webpage for the smartphone, confirming that it would be available on the marketplace after launch. Furthermore, the smartphone will be accessible via Motorola India’s website and a few physical outlets nationwide. There will be three colour possibilities for the Moto G64 5G: purple, green, and blue.

Specifications of the Motorola G64 5G
The MediaTek Dimensity7025 SoC, together with up to 256GB of storage and up to 12GB of RAM, will power the Moto G64 smartphone. Two RAM and storage configurations—8GB + 128GB and 12GB + 256GB—will be offered. It will use a MyUX based on Android 14.

The smartphone will have a 6.5-inch full-HD+ display protected by Corning Gorilla Glass and a touch sampling rate of 240 Hz. Its dual-back camera setup will have an 8MP macro shooter in addition to a 50MP primary sensor. The smartphone will include a 16MP sensor for selfies and video calls, which will be located within a central punch-hole slot.

A 6,000mAh battery with 33W wired fast charging capabilities will be included in the smartphone. Moreover, it has an IP52 rating for splash and dust protection.

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