As we have seen over the years that Motorola has been one of the most popular and successful smartphone brands in India. When it started the journey again in the year 2014 the company established Motorola Moto G as one of the most popular and loved mid-segment smartphone in the country, there never have been any drastic change in the design language but till Moto G5. But even today the circumstances are different for Motorola, and there is ever increasing competition from Xiaomi and Redmi phones.
The year 2017 saw the launch of Moto G5 with a modern design language and looks which were very unlike Moto. Moto is now following the metal body design format with a unibody flow of design. Moto G5S Plus was the latest addition to the range of Moto devices which has got a dual-rear camera as the highlight. We also try to find out if all that extra bucks that you paid for that camera is worth it or not? So let us see.
As far as the performance is concerned, Moto G5S Plus will give you very few reasons to a complaint. The processor which is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 along with 4GB of RAM is way more than able to handle heavy gaming, multi-tasking, etc. There was no such lag while playing heavy games such as Asphalt 8; there were no heating issues as well. The Mobile phone should satisfy most users with its everyday performance.
Speaking of design and display which might not be changed, as there are still two cameras at the rear for the people who love clicking pictures in the portrait style. Moto G5S Plus has positives which are lag free smooth performance, decent battery life. But if we talk about the major drawback, that would be the dual-rear camera which is no-where close to a perfect camera set-up. As of now, Moto G5S Plus is there in the market just to add up to the extensive list of phones which have dual camera set-up. The phone is priced at Rs 16,999 for 4GB RAM.