- Leaked specs and renders just appeared of the 2022 iteration of the Motorola Moto G Power.
- As usual, the battery capacity is the big feature, with a 5,000mAh cell rumored.
- The other rumored specs and the overall design, though, give away its status as a budget device.
Now, with 2022 on the horizon, you might be wondering what’s in store for the next Motorola Moto G Power. Thanks to GizNext, we have what appear to be renders and specs for the next Power model.
Unfortunately, GizNext does not disclose the source of these renders and specs. This immediately makes them more suspect. For what it’s worth, reliable leaker Evan Blass did tweet out the GizNext article attached to this leak, so it’s possible he was involved. Without a directly stated source, though, we still need to approach this information with caution.
With all that out of the way, here’s what we have learned about what we might be able to expect from the next Moto G Power.
Motorola Moto G Power (2022) renders and specs
The most notable differences between the 2021 Moto G Power and this rumored 2022 model are the cameras. The selfie camera is still a display cutout, but it’s been moved to the center of the display. Meanwhile, the rear camera module is a vertical setup rather than a square one.
Outside of that, the phone looks about as we’d expect. Interestingly, the bezels appear to be much thicker in the Motorola Moto G Power (2022), especially when it comes to the chin. It’s possible these leaked renders aren’t accurately depicting the design, though.
As far as specs go, here’s what you can expect based on this GizNext leak:
- Display: 6.5-inch LCD with 90Hz refresh at 720p
- Processor: MediaTek Helio G37
- Memory: 64GB storage with microSD support, 4GB of RAM
- Power: 5,000mAh battery with 10W wired charging
- Software: Android 11
- Rear cameras: 50MP wide, 2MP depth, third unknown
- Front camera: 8MP
- Durability: IP52 rating
Obviously, judging from these leaked specs, the Motorola Moto G Power (2022) will likely be quite inexpensive. This lines up with previous entries in the G Power line.