Moto G54 and Moto G84 Official Renderings
In a recent development, renowned tech insider Evan Blass has shared official high-definition renderings of two upcoming Android smartphones from Motorola, namely the Moto G54 and Moto G84. With an anticipated launch in the third quarter of this year, these devices are set to bring innovation and enhanced features to the mobile market.
Moto G54, also known by its internal codename “Cancun 5G” and model number “XT-2343-1,” is set to impress with its array of features. The device sports a 6.5-inch FHD+ screen boasting a remarkable 120Hz refresh rate, promising smooth and immersive visuals. The rear of the Moto G54 is adorned with a dual-camera setup housed in a matrix-style arrangement, accompanied by a front-facing camera that resides within a central punch-hole design.
Photography enthusiasts will appreciate the 50-megapixel primary camera adorning the rear of the Moto G54, delivering the potential for high-quality shots. Complementing this, the 16-megapixel front-facing camera is poised to capture stunning selfies and facilitate video calls. Under the hood, the device is equipped with 8GB of RAM and storage options of up to 256GB, ensuring ample space for applications, media, and data. Powering the Moto G54 is a robust 5,000mAh battery, designed to provide sustained usage throughout the day.
The Moto G84, with model numbers “XT2347-2” and “XT2347-1,” is another notable addition to Motorola’s lineup. The device features a 120Hz OLED screen, promising vibrant visuals and seamless navigation. The inclusion of a 5,000mAh battery, coupled with 33W charging capabilities, ensures that the Moto G84 can be quickly revitalized for extended usage. This model will be available in configurations of 4GB+128GB and 8GB+256GB, catering to different storage needs.
Photography enthusiasts will be pleased to find a 50-megapixel primary camera with optical stabilization and a pixel size of 2.0μm on the Moto G84. This promises enhanced low-light performance and improved image stabilization. The distinctive camera housing, characterized by a unique middle frame right angle, adds a touch of sophistication to the device’s aesthetic.