Following the leaked specifcations and alleged mockups of Motorola's upcoming Moto G54 (which could also be known as the 2024 Moto G in the US), a new set of official-looking images of the budget Android device has surfaced. Based on what it looks like, the Moto G54 could offer minimal exterior changes over its predecessor.
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The Motorola Moto G54 was first previewed earlier this month via renders shared by The Tech Outlook. Fortunately, another source (via Evan Blass) has shown more shots with a clearer view of the device that would most probably be the final press materials Motorola uses for its promotions.
What's the difference with the Motorola Moto G54 (2024) design?
Upon closer inspection, the rear panel seems to be curvier with beveled edges compared to the flat back of its predecessor. The camera island is rectangular-shaped with a slight update, housing a dual camera module with a redesigned LED flash. It also shows a 50 MP main sensor with a Quad Pixel label, making it possibly the same snapper from last year's budget Motorola handset.
The front panel can be viewed partially, but we can easily tell that it has the same thick bottom bezels as the Motorola Moto G53. At the same time, there is still a centered punch hole cutout that will most likely accommodate a 16 MP selfie camera.
Motorola Moto G54 colors and specifications
Colorways of the Moto G54 that have been confirmed so far are Outer Space, Coronet Blue, and Ambrosia. If you're not familiar with these shades, the first is a dark gray followed by a vivid blue with the rightmost handset being more olive green than anything else. However, it is possible that we could see additional variants aside from these three.
When it comes to other specifications, the Motorola Moto G54 or Moto G (2024) is tipped to feature a 6.5-inch screen with an upgraded FHD+ resolution, including a 120 Hz refresh rate alongside larger memory options at 8 GB RAM and 256 GB of storage space. The battery capacity remains unchanged at 5,000 mAh while the main 50 MP camera is said to be mated with a 2 MP macro sensor.
It remains unknown when the Moto G54 could go official. As a reference, the Moto G53 was launched in December last year. On this note, we could most likely see the same release schedule for the unannounced Motorola handset. Meanwhile, are you looking to get a cheap Android phone for yourself or as a gift this year?