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Lenovo Moto G5 Plus and Moto G5 have been hot sellers for the company ever since their launch. First unveiled at the MWC 2017, both these smartphones come with a refreshed design, improved innards, and upgraded software as compared to their predecessors. Since both phones are doing well, Lenovo seems to be working on launching their successors – Moto G5s Plus and Moto G5S.

The alleged leak is in line with a recent report on Motorola’s launch plan for remaining 2017. As per renders posted by Gear, the Moto G5S Plus is set to come with a dual rear facing cameras and if that turns out to be true it will be first Moto smartphone to boast dual cameras setup.

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As per the leak, the Moto G5S Plus will feature a metal unibody design more or less on the lines of the G5 Plus. The fingerprint sensor in all probability is embedded in the home button. It sports a 5.5-inch 1080p IPS LCD display and an octa-core 64-bit processor but specifics are still unclear. Information such as RAM and internal storage are also not available in the public domain. What’s clear is that it comes with two rear-facing camera sensors with dual-LED flash and a single front-facing camera with front-facing single-LED flash. A presence of headphone 3.5mm jack on the top is also clear from leaked renders.

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The Moto G5S is also likely to accompany the G5S Plus. The Moto G5 smartphone will come with a 5.2-inch 1080p display and set to flaunt a full-metal design. Just like its aging sibling, it will have a rear camera with a hump and a moto dimple at the back. The Moto G5S is said to be offered in gray, gold and blue hues.

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The Moto G5S Plus renders suggest that it will be available in four colour variants: Gold, Grey, and Silver. As of now, the pricing or availability details are not available. However, we can safely assume that both of them would be costlier than their predecessors.

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