In the month of December, Motorola introduced the Moto G53 in China equipped with a Snapdragon 480+ chipset and two cameras. Today, we found the item packaged in a way that is obviously intended for export, which leads us to believe that the new mid-range will soon be made available in international markets.
The G53 was shown in live images with the model number XT2335-2. It had a blue back and either 4 or 128 gigabytes of memory. It would appear that this particular model is tailored specifically for the European market. It comes equipped with dual-SIM capabilities as well as an eSIM slot, which may be a first for a smartphone produced by Motorola.
We anticipate that the smartphone will be identical to its Chinese counterpart in every respect, including its 50MP primary camera, 5,000mAh battery, and 10W charging capability. Additional features include a USB-C port, a fingerprint scanner built into the power button, a 6.5-inch LCD display with 720p resolution, and a refresh rate of 120 hertz.
There are a few uncertainties regarding the features of the Chinese version and whether or not they will make it to the global one. The cost is, without a doubt, the most significant disadvantage. The 8/128 GB variant can be purchased through Motorola for CNY1,099, which is equivalent to approximately €150 and 37,679 Rupees.