The Moto G52 is designed in the same manner as the Moto G51 5G. It will be made of polycarbonate and will be dust and water resistant to IP52 standards. The Moto G52 is distinguished by its 6.55-inch P-OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. The Moto G51 5G, on the other hand, has a larger 6.8-inch display with an IPS LCD and a 120Hz refresh rate. The Moto G52’s overall footprint must have been decreased as a result of the smaller screen size, making it more comfortable to handle. Additionally, an OLED display would improve the video viewing experience. A punch-hole camera cutout is located in the centre of the display.
Users that are satisfied with a 4G network and do not demand 5G connection are Motorola’s target market. The Moto G51 has a Snapdragon 480+ chipset that supports 5G, whereas the Moto G52 will have a 4G Snapdragon 680 processor. It’s an octa-core processor with an Adreno 610 GPU that’s constructed on a more efficient 6nm process than the Snapdragon 480+’s 8nm process.
The handset will use the same 50 MP camera as the Moto G51 5G, with an f/1.8 aperture and PDAF. The auxiliary cameras, which include an 8MP ultra-wide snapper and a 2MP depth sensor, are also unchanged.