Motorola G5 Plus reaches the Latin American market


The mobile phone Motorola Moto G5 Plus (Lenovo company) comes with a new design, NFC, Android Nougat and specifications update.

In general, the Moto G5 Plus continues to integrate large bezels, but now brings beveled edges that make it look a little better.

At the rear, the camera module is very similar to the one that the company integrated into the Moto Z, with a circular design that integrates not only the camera but also the flash. However, this doesn’t mean that the Moto G5 has a modular design like the Moto Z.

The fingerprint reader is no longer a square, like its predecessor, but it has a much more oval shape, and at the same time it has become a Home button that you can configure with scrolling options. So if you slide your finger on it, you’ll be able to see recent apps, go back to the last screen you were on or even activate other features that work when you press hard on it.

Although the cell phone still has virtual buttons, if you activate the Smart Home button options described above, they disappear, allowing you to have more screen to see your content better.

Unlike the Moto G5, the Moto G5 Plus has a slightly larger screen and better specifications, as NFC, which will not be incorporated in the US version, although it is incorporated in the version to be sold in Spain, Mexico and the rest of Latin America.

Its price in the United States, with a 32GB storage configuration will be $249 and the 64GB version will be at $299. Its arrival is expected on March 31, while in Spain the 32GB version will cost 299 euros and will arrive in April. In Mexico and Latin America, it is expected to arrive this spring.