Moto G54 Will Launch on September 5, Details Revealed By TENAA

continues to launch new mid-range smartphones and the Moto G84 is the next step for the brand. The company will launch in India next Friday, and the device won't be only mid-ranger being released in the near future. The brand will also introduce the Moto G54 on September 5 in China. The news was confirmed by Motorola's Chinese arm on Weibo. The phone also had some of its key details revealed by the TENAA certification. Thanks to the listing, we know most of its design and hardware details.

Moto G54 Specifications Detailed by TENAA

The Moto G54 will come with a 6.5-inch Full HD+ touchscreen with 120 Hz refresh rate. The panel is of the LCD kind and has a centered punch-hole for the 16 MP selfie camera. The phone will come with up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of Internal Storage. Moving around to the back, there is a 50 MP main camera that sits along a secondary snapper which should act as a depth-sensing module. There is also an LED flash helper.

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The Moto G54 will also bring a large battery. TENAA lists its with a 4,850 mAh minimal charge capacity, so the typical capacity will surely be on 5,000 mAh. TENAA does not bring any detail regarding to the charging speed, but we can expect it to be around the 20W-30W mark, which is a common spec for Motorola's mid-range smartphones. The phone will run 13 OS straight out of the box.

Unfortunately, details around the CPU are still unclear. Anyway, we expect it to bring mid-range performance and connectivity.

As for the release, the Moto G54 will be launched in the Chinese market firstly. It should reach global markets later on. For comparison, the Moto G53 reached China in December 2022, before going global 1.5 months later. If that is the case for the Moto G54, we will probably see its global release around October.

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