Motorola launches Moto G5 Plus at $184 with Amazon Ads or $229.99 without Ads

After Moto G4 Play smartphone, Amazon again came up with a Lockscreen Offers & Ads concept to make their smartphones even cheaper. The latest Moto G5 Plus (Buy Now) comes with decent specifications for its price tag of $229.99 for 32GB and $299.99 for 64GB variants. But the users who accept Amazon Ads to show up on their device get a $45 Amazon Gift card for the 32GB model and $60 Amazon Gift card for 64GB model. At such a low price, the device comes with a Google Assistant, fingerprint scanner and 12MP rear camera.

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As mentioned above, now Motorola Moto G5 Plus comes with the support for Google Assistant, the search engine’s artificial-intelligence based digital assistant, which was earlier limited to Google Pixel smartphones. The Google Assistant has the capability to understand the context of the questions on the basis of queries asked earlier in the conversation.

Moto G5 Plus also feature a Moto Actions with simple gestures without having to touch any button. Users can simply twist the device to open camera app or chop down twice to turn on the flashlight. Along with the One Button Nav feature that allows users to navigate through the screens using just the fingerprint scanner on the phone. It seems that the company has tried to make it convenient to use the phones without stretching the thumb or fingers out every single time just to navigate through screens.

Talking about the Moto G5 Plus camera features, it sports a 12-megapixel rear camera, compared with 13-megapixel rear camera on Moto G5, the company has claimed that the ‘Plus’ variant has “the most advanced” rear camera setup with f/1.7 aperture and dual autofocus pixels, 4K video recording, and dual-LED flash. There is a 5-megapixel wide-angle front camera with Professional and Beautification modes for selfies.

Moto G Plus – 5th Generation smartphone also will not even miss the gyroscope, an aluminum body, water resistance and a fingerprint sensor, placed in the front of the device and twist gesture. Finally, we find a USB Type C and NFC on Moto G Plus.


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