Moto G8 renders leaked out online ahead of their likely launch at next month’s MWC 2020. The renders come with 91Mobiles‘ courtesy and show the phone’s architecture.
The Moto G8 will have a similar design language to the Motorola One phone. The renders also make it clear that the smartphone will be Motorola’s first G-series phone to feature a punch-hole design, with the cut-out on the display’s top-left corner.
The Moto G8 should have a 6.39 “display with 720p+ resolution around the front. Inside a punch hole, the 8MP selfie camera is a first for the G-series (the G8 Plus and Play have teardrop notches).
On top of the phone is a 3.5 mm headphone jack, just like on his brothers. It’s not quite clear if stereo speakers will be available on the handset. A few additional spec rumours: a Snapdragon 665 chipset and a 4,000mAh 10W charged battery will power the G8.
The Moto G8 is scheduled to debut at the MWC alongside the Moto G8 Battery. That event, 23 February, will also bring a long-awaited Motorola flagship.