Just weeks after the release of Moto G9 Play, Motorola is now set to announce the second entry in its budget G9 phone lineup. A device named Moto G9 Plus has appeared in a listing on Orange Slovakia's website that was spotted by WinFuture's Roland Quandt. As per the listing, the €255 (about $300) phone will come with a set of four rear cameras, including a 64-megapixel main camera, a huge 5,000 mah battery
Although Motorola’s recent flagship phones like the Edge Plus and foldable Razr have been average at best, not having the impact Motorola hoped for, its budget lineup of G-series phones like the recent G Stylus and G Power has continued to offer great value. Their cameras perform well for the price, battery life is excellent, and the company makes sensible tweaks to the Android operating system in its software.
According to the Orange listing, the upcoming Moto G9 Plus will have a 6.81-inch 1080p display, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, microSD support, and will run Android 10 out of the box. There’s no mention of the type of its other three rear cameras. Around the front there’s a hole-punch notch for its selfie camera, confirming the design that was leaked by Evan Blass last month.
The G9 Plus will be either the second or third entry in Motorola's Moto G9 lineup, depending on how you count them. Motorola announced Moto G9 Play last month in Europe which is more or less identical to Moto G9 announced for the Indian market.
There’s no word on when or where the Moto G9 Plus may eventually release, but with retailer listings already live an official announcement can’t be too far away.