​Motorola add new enhanements to their smartphone history

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Motorola is know and famous for his budget smartphone and always give something new to there users. In the technology event held at MWC, Motorola revealed some outstanding features Motorola G5. And this time again Nokia come back with Motorola G5 which is master of all budget smartphone.

Here are the some specifications of this extra ordinary phone.

SCREEN SIZE:  5-inches
SCREEN RESOLUTION:    Full HD (1920×1080)
WEIGHT :     145 grams
OS:   Android 7.0
FRONT CAMERA: 5-megapixels
REAR CAMERA: 13-megapixels w/PDAF
PROCESSOR: 1.4GHz Snapdragon 430
MEMORY: 2GB/3GB RAM
STORAGE: 16GB. Expandable via microSD up to 32GB
BATTERY: 2800mAh

Hands-on review of Moto G5
Lenovo’s research over the development of the G family identified that people are willing to pay more for three key things when buying a handset on a budget: a premium design, all-day battery life and pro camera capabilities. As such it should come as no surprise that those are the three areas that both the new G5 and its launch sibling, the G5 Plus aim to excel at.

The G5 kicks things off with a predominantly metal body. It’s cool to the touch and draws attention to the phone’s top-notch fit and finish, with accents like a chamfered camera surround and metal hardware controls thrown in for good measure. It looks like the perfect answer to Honor’s affordable metal-clad handsets, which have been trying to muscle in on the G family’s turf over the past few months.

A responsive fingerprint sensor now resides beneath the display, a feature previously only found on the G4 Plus and whilst it doesn’t double as a home button, it’s still a welcome and convenient addition that means the G5 feels more premium than you might expect considering its price tag.
The screen above which it sits, is a 5-inch Full HD IPS panel that holds plenty of promise on first inspection. Colours and contrast appear punchy enough that it could be mistaken for an AMOLED panel, whilst a smaller footprint versus the G4 means it’s better suited to one-handed use.
The user experience has also evolved nicely from previous Motos, with a near-stock take on Android 7.0 Nougat with thought-out alterations. The apps drawer rises up from the bottom line of home screen apps, just like the Pixel launcher on Google’s own Pixel smartphones, whilst Lenovo/Motorola’s signature clock widget has been tuned up too. You’ll also find gestures have remained intact, with a quick double twist of the wrist to quick launch the camera.