The ‘Moto G5 Plus’ phone has been known to have dual cameras. 5.5 inch display screen This phone has 4 GB RAM and 32 GB internal storage. The special feature of this phone is the Turbo Power feature, which will charge the phone within just 15 minutes.

In addition, it has Front-facing Finger print sensor home button. Camera of this phone is suitable for taking photos and selfie. The phone can be found in two colors – ‘Lunar Gray’ and ‘Blossom Gold’.

The phone features are:


Advanced features make brilliant photos

Dual pixel + Low light

The new Moto G5 Plus gives you the most advanced 12 MP camera in its class. It lets in up to 25% more light than the previous generation Moto G Plus, thanks to a large f/1.7 aperture and bigger pixels used in the camera sensor. Also, with 10 times more pixels on the sensor, the camera is able to lock onto the subject up to 60% faster than any previous versions of the Moto G Plus. And by letting in more light, you get beautiful pictures even on dark, cloudy days.

Selfie cam + Software

The 5 MP front camera with a wide-angle lens is perfect for group selfies and video chats. Also, the Moto G Plus is packed with next-generation software. Best Shot, Professional Mode, and Beautification Mode give you everything you need to take one amazing photo after another.

Google Photos

It only takes a few taps to give any photo a personal touch with the Google Photos™ app.††


Outstanding cameras
The12 MP rear camera with Dual Autofocus Pixels focuses 60% faster than ever before.‡‡Switch to the wide-angle front camera for group selfies.

Precision-crafted metal design
One of the first new Moto G phones made from high-grade aluminium, it looks as great as it performs.

All-day battery and TurboPower™ charging
Fuel up fast and get up to 6 hours of battery life in just 15 minutes.†

Fast octa-core processor
Apps run smoothly thanks to a blazing-fast Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 2.0 GHz octa-core processor.

Fingerprint reader
Instantly unlock your phone. No passcode required.

Moto experiences
Get shortcuts to the features you use most, like turning on the camera with a twist of your wrist.