Lenovo has revealed a larger Moto G5 Plus in the upcoming Moto G5S Plus. The device retains similar specifications to the smaller cousin, although it takes the time to differentiate itself with a sturdier construction and dual cameras.
The Moto G5S Plus upgrades the plastic construction to anodised aluminium. It will probably translate into a more premium price tag, but that might be worth the nicer texture. Additionally, the display is bumped up to a 5.5-inch screen; albeit maintaining the 1080p resolution.
Internals are largely the same. Lenovo has not switched out the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC, and retains the 4GB RAM and 64GB storage maximum configuration.
Dual cameras are placed on the back of the Moto G5S Plus, combining monochrome and colour sensors. These supposedly weigh in at 13-megapixels each and replace the single 12-megapixel camera on the on Moto G5 Plus. The front camera is also improved to a 8-megapixel shooter.
There’s no information about pricing or a launch date yet. It could potentially see an official reveal at the upcoming 25 July event, although we expect to see the Moto Z2 there instead.