Specifications and Details of Moto G5S at A Glance!

Moto G has been a huge hit for Lenovo, and it’s not surprising that they have come up with two new variants – Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus, which were launched a couple of months back. Moto G5S does come as an update to Moto G5, and priced at Rs. 14,999, the device is pretty promising. In this special post, we will discuss the specifications and details of Moto G5S, so that you can make your choice.


The segment of smartphones between 8k and 15 k in India is hugely saturated, and Moto G5S will have to compete with some of the probably better devices, such as Redmi Note 4. In terms of design, the full aluminum body is quite appealing, and the finish is very sleek. The device runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 SoC chipset, which offers commendable performance with with 4GB of RAM with 64 GB of internal memory, expandable up to 128 GB. Moto G5S was launched with Moto G5S Plus, but unlike the latter, this comes with just one 16 MP camera on the back. With phase detection autofocus (PDAF), the camera clicks decent pictures you would expect in this range. The a 5.2-inch full-HD display on the device is strictly decent and has Corning Gorilla Glass protection. Moto G5S runs on a 3000mAh non-removable battery, and there is a TurboPower charger included with the device, which offers quick charge in just 15 minutes to last up to six hours. While the device comes out of the box on Android Nougat, the Oreo update has been confirmed.

How good is Moto G5S?

Let’s start with the pros first. The processor of Moto G5S is quite smooth, and there were no issues as far as Stock Android performance is concerned. The design and camera are two aspects that got a positive mark from critics and users alike. With the charger, you can expect to get a full charge for the battery in just 60 minutes or so. What doesn’t work is the battery. For a device as big as this one, one expects a better battery. The camera on the front is the best in range, so if you are a selfie person, you need to be consider that.

Many users who have migrated from simpler devices like Moto C to Moto G5S have said some great things about the phone, and you should have no complaints either.