After the creation of the first cell phone, everything has changed drastically. In 1973, a Motorola engineer Martin Cooper showed to the world how the future of cell phones will look like. He introduced the world’s first handheld cell phone and later released the phone to the public. It was the phone that took ten hours to charge, lasted for about 35 minutes, and was available with at a cost of $3,995. In 2009, Motorola made its first Android smartphone and introduced its first ever tablet in 2011.
This was the time when more and more such devices started getting released until it reached the age of smart phones. Recently, Motorola has made some additions to its line. The G5S and G5S Plus are the two additions in the G5 line. The two new devices feature superior displays, improved cameras, along with more controlling processors.
The Moto G5S features include:
- 5.2-inch 1080p display
- 1.4GHz octa-core processor
- 16MP rear camera
- 3,000mAh battery
- The G5S Plus comes with
- 5.5-inch 1080 display
- Dual 13MP rear cameras with a portrait mode
- 8MP wide angled front camera
The other features of both the models are similar to the original G5s that includes a metal unibody, 4GB of RAM, and a storage capacity upto 64GB. The retail price for G5S and G5S Plus is expected to be €249 and €299 which is a considerable rise as compared to the company’s previous models.
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