Moto G5S Plus is bigger and comes with higher quality
According to Evan Blass, more widely known as @evleaks, the Moto G5S Plus will at least be larger than the counterpart of the regular G series. The display increases from 5.2 inches in the diagonal to 5.5 inches, with the resolution remaining at Full HD.
Additionally, it was also previously rumored with more high-quality materials as well as a dual camera. This has, therefore, two 13 MP sensors, once capable of taking color images, once monochromatic. This allows for various effects, including bokeh, background switching and a selective black-and-white filter. The regular Moto G5 Plus has only a 12 MP camera with a single sensor. The front camera of the G5S Plus is currently upgraded from 5 to 8 MP.
Moto G5S (Plus): performance still in July
Apart from that, everything will be the same: Like the G5 Plus, the G5S Plus will also be based on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 whose eight data cores clock up to 2.0 GHz. The memory is 4 GB, internally a further 64 GB is available. The announcement is expected to take place on July 25th as part of a Lenovo event.