Motorola's Moto G Pure leaks with a 48MP camera and 'two-day battery'

Moto G Pure Leaked Render
Moto G Pure Leaked Render (Image credit: Evan Blass)

What you need to know

  • Motorola could soon launch yet another new Moto G series phone.
  • The upcoming Moto G Pure will apparently offer an "ultra-wide display" and two-day battery.
  • A new Moto E series phone called the Moto E40 might also be on its way.

A new leak suggests Motorola will soon expand its budget smartphone lineup with a Moto G series phone called the Moto G Pure. The phone will have entry-level specs and a similar design to some of the company's older G series devices.

A render of the upcoming Moto G Pure shared by leaker Evan Blass reveals the phone will have a waterdrop notch display, an aluminum frame, and a dual-camera setup on the back. It also looks like the device's fingerprint scanner is embedded within the batwing logo at the rear, similar to some of the best Motorola phones.

As per a report from Zouton, the Moto G Pure will have MediaTek's Helio G25 chipset under the hood, paired with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage.

It is also tipped to include a 6.5-inch AMOLED display, although the resolution of the panel is yet to be revealed. Other rumored specs of the Moto G Pure include a 4,000mAh battery, a 48MP main camera, a 5MP selfie camera, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

The Moto G Pure will apparently be released in the U.S. and Canada in the second week of October for around $300. Going by the leaked specs, however, the phone is more likely to be priced under $150.

Along with the Moto G Pure, the Lenovo-owned company is also rumored to launch a new Moto E series phone dubbed the Moto E40. Nils Ahrensmeier from TechnikNewsNet claims the phone will have a 6.53-inch 90Hz display, a Unisoc T700 chipset, triple rear cameras with a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP selfie camera, and a 5,000mAh battery. The Moto E40 could be priced somewhere around €160 in Europe.

Moto G Fast

Moto G Fast

The Moto G Fast is a cheap Android phone that offers two-day battery life and a modern design. It also has a 16MP triple-camera system and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 665 octa-core chipset.

Babu Mohan
News Writer
  • Yick. Dem bezels tho.
  • You want a lot for the price.
  • There's no consumer replaceable battery, so it's of no use to me. I have 2 lines & 2 old phones that I need to replace. But I won't buy a phone I can't replace the battery in myself. Motorola, HTC Nokia...are you listening? Do you want an instant sales hit, to get back your mojo from Samsung etc? Just make us a high-end phone (preferably ruggedized so no heat holding in Otterbox case is needed), that has a HUGE consumer replaceable battery in it, and you can knock Samsung out of the park! Customers want it, so you need to provide it. Also we're not going to give up on micro SD cards, headphone jacks, and ruggedized design instead of useless "thin & light" theology. Make it happen Motorola, or HTC or Nokia will. And whoever does it first will get the glory.
  • What phone technically has a consumer replaceable battery? However, what phone does not have a battery that is replaceable? If a phone was manufactured by man, it can be disassembled by man.
    I have replaced batteries in a few so-called phones that had a non-replaceable battery, as well as some tablets. This is just for friends. Takes maybe 1.5 hours but is doable and actually fun.
    Just get the right tools, adhesives and battery and go for it. If it is going to be dumped due to a dead battery
    then there is nothing to worry about.
  • We already know the camera will not be stellar, and we already have two day battery life on some phones.
  • I'm not sure why these android OEM's can't get rid of the huge chin at the bottom of the device. Makes the phones look so cheap and ugly.