Motorola increase their marketing good quality with cheap range. Moto G5 is a perfect phone for those who wants to spend less money on a phone that with lots of specifications. One of the first new Moto G phones made from high-grade aluminium, it looks as great as it performs. The display gives 1080p IPS LCD panel with brilliant viewing angles, which we can say one of the best feature in it.

But the biggest feature that Lenovo is combined with the G5 Plus is the camera inside, which is of 12-megapixel f/1.7 sensor with larger individual pixels to pull in more light. The Motorola Moto G5 Plus runs Android 7.0 and is powered by a 3000mAh non removable battery. It measures 150.20 x 74.00 x 9.70 (height x width x thickness) and weigh 155.00 grams.

Nougat-specific features, such as splitscreen multitasking, worked very well on the 64GB / 4GB model I tested, though I can’t speak to whether it struggles on the cheaper $229 G5 Plus with 2GB of RAM. With the G5 Plus you’re getting most of Moto’s excellent software customizations like Moto Display lockscreen notifications and Moto Actions, letting you twist the phone to launch the camera or chop the phone twice to turn on the flashlight, among other gestures. The only one missing is Moto Voice. But that’s not much of an issue since you can still set up “OK Google” to control the phone with your voice and get answers from Assistant.