The Moto G9 Play, also sold in India under the name Moto G9, was just launched two months ago, but Motorola seems to have already completed work on a successor that could be called the Moto G10 or Moto G10 Play. ..
The first image of the mobile phone is displayed online and you can see some major changes that distinguish the new device from the old one. The new location for selfie cameras, LED flashes, and fingerprint scanners.
The MotoG10 measures 165.3 x 75.4 x 9.5 mm (camera bumps can be up to 10.4 mm thick). That is, the diagonal of the screen is 6.5 inches. It’s probably an LCD, but it’s understandable-after all, the G-series is meant to be affordable, and OLED panels inevitably push up the price.
The G10 phone has a front camera inside the punched hole in the upper left corner instead of a water drop notch. Speaking of cameras, the square island behind is still here, but the flash is in the lower left corner. Also, the Motorola logo does not have a fingerprint scanner embedded in it.
The model number of the phone is XT-2117 and there is nothing on the spec side other than the TUV Rheinland certification that reveals a 4,850 mAh battery, so I hope to see more in the benchmark.