Motorola is a pretty established brand when it comes to affordable mid-range smartphones that also have decent performance. The Lenovo-owned company has been busy lately. It recently made two budget-friendly Moto G Phones available for pre-order, has now unveiled the Moto G Pro in Europe, and is getting ready to release the Moto G Fast in the US.
Motorola announced in a blog post the arrival of the Moto G Pro in Germany, this week. The device is pretty similar to the Moto G Stylus, with a 6.4-inch display that has a stylish hole punch to the top left, running on a Snapdragon 665 processor. The Moto G Pro has a 4GB RAM count, 128 gigs of internal storage space, and a triple rear-facing camera system consisting of a 48MP primary shooter, a 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2MP macro sensor.
Of course, the Moto G Pro isn’t available in countries where the G Stylus is for sale, probably because it’s the same phone. The Moto G Pro is up for pre-order at a recommended price of €330 ($360) ahead of an actual release in June. This more than the $300 the Moto G Stylus goes for.
Motorola is also working on a US release of the Moto G Fast. The Moto G8 series was never officially launched in the US, so this device is set to fill that void. A promotional video was “accidentally” uploaded to the official Motorola US YouTube account yesterday, showcasing the device. The video has since been deleted but reposted by fans.
The Moto G Fast has an unspecified octa-core processor and 3 gigs of RAM, from which we can safely assume it will be powered by the same Snapdragon 665 on the G8, G Stylus, and G Pro. The device also promises to be ultra-affordable, lurking around the $200 or even $150 mark. We will know more as we get close to the release date.