Moto G9 Plus With Snapdragon 730 SoC Spotted in Google Play Console Listing

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Moto G9 Plus has been spotted in an alleged Google Play Console listing that hints at some of the specifications that can be expected from the phone. According to a report, the Moto G9 Plus’s Google Play Console listing shows Snapdragon 730 SoC, among other specifications. The phone was recently spotted on mobile network operator Orange Slovensko’s website with a hole-punch cutout for the selfie camera that seems to be the case in the Google Play Console listing as well.

Moto G9 Plus specifications (expected)

The report by PriceBaba shows a Google Play Console listing of a phone named ‘moto g(9) plus’ along with some specifications and a front image. The phone is said to come with 4GB of RAM and be powered by the Snapdragon 730 SoC that has eight cores in a 2 + 6 configuration. The graphics are handled by the Adreno 618 GPU. Moto G9 Plus is expected to pack a 1,080×2,400 pixels display with 400ppi pixel density. It runs on Android 10 out of the box.

The image in the listing shows a phone with a hole-punch cutout on the top left corner of the screen. An almost same image was also recently spotted on Slovakian mobile network operator Orange Slovensko’s website.

The telco’s website also hinted at 6.8-inch full-HD+ display and a quad rear camera with a 64-megapixel primary shooter. The phone is said to come with 128GB of storage, 5,000mAh battery, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi, VoLTE, and dual SIM support (Nano). Lastly, the Moto G9 Plus is said to measure 169.98×78.1×9.69mm and weigh 223 grams.

Moto G9 Plus price (expected)

Additionally, the telco had also mentioned the pricing for the phone at EUR 235 (roughly Rs. 20,300), presumably for the 4GB + 128GB storage variant. This pricing puts it much higher than the Moto G9 that was launched in India early in August for Rs. 11,499. As of now, Motorola has not shared any information on the Moto G9 Plus, or its pricing and availability.

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