Moto G85 5G smartphone with Snapdragon SoC, Sony Lytia sensor launched in India: Features, specs and price

Moto G85 5G ships with a 5,000mAh battery along with a 33W charger

Updated - July 10, 2024 01:22 pm IST

Published - July 10, 2024 01:12 pm IST

Moto G85 5G smartphone with Snapdragon SoC, Sony Lytia sensor launched in India: Features, specs and price

Moto G85 5G smartphone with Snapdragon SoC, Sony Lytia sensor launched in India: Features, specs and price | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

Motorola on Wednesday launched Moto G85 5G smartphone in India featuring Gorilla Glass 5 protection the 3D curved display at front and Sony Lytia sensor for the main camera.

The new Moto G85 5G has a 6.7 inch pOLED display with 1,600 nits peak brightness and a 120Hz refresh rate. It is a10-bit display with DCI-P3 colour gamut.

Moto G85 5G ships with a 5,000mAh battery along with a 33W charger inside the box.

The Moto G85 5G uses Snapdragon 6s Gen 3 processor with up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage. It can be expanded up to 1TB using a microSD card and the virtual RAM of up to 24GB.

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The smartphone runs on Android 14 out of the box with assured upgrades to Android 16 with 2 OS upgrades plus 4 years of security updates.

Moto G85 5G sports a 50MP main Sony Lytia 600 camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and an 8MP ultrawide + macro camera. On the front, it has a 32MP selfie camera.

The Moto G85 5G is available in two storage variants: 8GB RAM/128GB priced at ₹17,999 and a 12GB RAM/256GB option at ₹19,999.

It will go on sale starting 16 July on Flipkart, Motorola and leading retail stores across India.

Moto g85 5G will be available in three Pantone curated colours: Olive Green (vegan leather), Cobalt Blue (vegan leather), and Urban Gray (Acrylic Glass – PMMA).

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