Motorola’s Moto G line has always been cheap, eliminating the stunning mid-range for many years. This is likely to change to some extent by 2021 when the company launches its first Moto G device powered by a flagship chip.
Keep in mind that we are not talking about the recently released Snapdragon 888, but rather the upcoming Moto G phone, which has the Snapdragon 865. This is still a unique impression, providing the driving force to most of the 2020 flag bearers.
What you see above is a pure image showing the front of this phone called Nio. As you can see, it has two self-contained cameras mounted on two separate chip holes, instead of a drug-like cross-section like other manufacturers. Which option you like depends on your personal taste, of course.
There seems to be a lot of substantial decoration around with a more realistic chin, but if you keep in mind that this is a Moto G, it’s no surprise, as these devices are very familiar to the family.
It is rumored that Nio will have at least 8GB of RAM, 256GB of storage space, and a 5000mAh battery, which will run Android 11 from day one. The screen is projected to be a 6.7 “90Hz 1080p + tablet. Nio Motorola’s soon-to-be-released DisplayPort Alternate Mode can be connected to an external screen. The dual width is made up of 8 MP and 16 MP ultrasound.
All of this is all the information we have now, but this is becoming one of the most exciting devices of the early 2021s. Maybe he intended to compete in the “flagship killer” space, his last-generation chipset release) doesn’t stop people from thinking. We will see.