Users Credit Moto G5 Plus Feature Advancement to Snapdragon 625

The mid-range Moto G series has become largely successful and has now become the best-selling smartphone for the company. The Moto G line has become very popular because it has high-end features, but a cost that is considered low for a phone of its caliber. Who said that ‘good phone’ and ‘affordable’ are words that cannot be used to describe a smartphone?

Competition in this smartphone market segment has become very stiff over the years and the Moto G5 has to stay ahead. The use of the Snapdragon 625 processor has allowed the phone to have some interesting features added. Here is a peek under the hood of the Moto G5.

Processor

The main reason behind the advancements praised by users is the processor. The Moto G5 Plus boasts of the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor. It also comes with an Adreno 506 GPU, and options of either 2 or 4 GB RAM. Although these specs may seem normal to most phones, and will not set any records, they are very useful for real-world users, since the phone has been said to be very responsive and fast.

As is to be expected, playing games on the Moto G5 Plus has been a wonderful experience, and the speed of moving from one app to another is amazingly fast and smooth. However, this smooth action is usual for the 4 GB RAM option, and if you do try to multitask on the 2 GB iteration then the switching may have some lag, especially if you have several apps running.

Display

The Moto G5 Plus sports a 5.2-inch IPS LCD display, which supports Full HD resolution. This is the most marketable feature on this device, thanks to the Snapdragon 625 processor. The aspect of the phone makes it very easy to use outdoors and has immaculate viewing angles, contrast and color reproduction. The screen will not be comparable to those that have AMOLED and others that have Quad HD resolution. However, for the price that it goes for, this screen can be considered the best within that segment.

Hardware

You can get the Moto G5 Plus in 32 or 64 GB iterations…

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