Lenovo’s upcoming smartphones under its Moto line-up — Moto G5 and Moto G5 Plus, are going to launch at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona tomorrow. While the smartphones are yet to be launched officially, one of them — Moto G5 is now already available for purchase on OLX Brazil.

As per the report, Motorola’s upcoming budget smartphone — the G5 has been spotted on OLX Brazil website, with a price tag of $358, which roughly converts to around Rs 25,650. The said pricing is for the 32 GB version of the phone.

Along with the pricing, the listing has also shed light on a couple of images of the smartphone, with in-box contents. It suggests that the smartphone will ship with Motorola’s proprietary Turbo Charger, a pair of earphones, and instruction manuals.

If the listing is to be believed, then all the leaked images of the Moto G5 that we’ve seen till date are legit. The design seems to be in line with ongoing reports, now confirming that the phone would come with an all-metal body and a front-mounted fingerprint scanner.

As per the listing, the Moto G5 Plus will come with a 5.2-inch display while the Moto G5 will have 5-inch screen. Both devices will sport Full HD display with screen resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. On the memory front, The G5 will have 32GB on-board storage while the G5 Plus will house a 64GB ROM.

On the camera front, there will be 5MP selfie cameras on both the handsets. The Plus variant of the phone will come with a 12 MP rear camera and the smaller G5 will have a 13 MP rear shooter.

While the listing has priced the phone at $385, we believe that the actual price of the phone will be much lower. Motorola’s G-series phones are budget offerings and have been priced aggressively till now — making it a popular choice among users.

We’ll have all the details regarding the Moto G5 as well as the Moto G5 Plus once the devices are launched officially. The Motorola event for Mobile World Congress 2017 is on 26th February.

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