The Moto G51 5G

The Moto G50 5G has been out for a few weeks, which was released in late August, but it looks like Motorola is already working on its successor, which will be named the Moto G51 5G.

This next device is doing some benchmark runs today, and thus has achieved its place in the Geekbench database.

The listing tells us that Motorola is changing from the MediaTek Dimensity 700 chipset used in the G50 to the Q51 for the Qualcomm SoC, and rumored to be a Snapdragon 750. The chip is still aired with 4GB of RAM, Rs. As in the G50.

Moto G51 5G, was leaked via Geekbench, switched to Qualcomm

The Moto G51 5G runs Android 11 in a surprising way, as we would not expect at least in mid-launch to launch with Android 12 in 2021, depending on how well things work. These are the same details that Benchmark Listing gives us about the Moto G51 5G, so we don’t know what changes can be compared to the previous ones.

We know that phone development bicycles are long, but nevertheless, it seems that this leak is a bit off-road, or Motorola doesn’t want the G50 to have its name on the market much longer. Can this connected nail be a continuing (and now apparently never-ending) chip crisis? Who cares Hopefully, we’ll find out about the V51 soon about the G51, so stay tuned.


By Mr John

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