The Motorola Moto G42 has just surfaced, providing us with the very first look at the device. Six images appeared, courtesy of Abhishek Yadav, a tipster. These are actually renders of the device, showing us the phone from almost all angles.
First look at the Motorola Moto G42 reveals a familiar design
Based on this, the Moto G42 will resemble its predecessor, the Moto G41, a lot. Many people wouldn’t even be able to tell the difference between the two phones. The Moto G41 launched back in November last year, by the way.
We’re not sure when will the Moto G42 arrive, but this is what it will look like, it seems. You can expect a flat display to be included, along with a centered display camera hole. The bottom bezel on the device will be thicker than the rest of them.
Three cameras will be included on the back of the phone, and they will be vertically-aligned. All will be placed in the top-left corner. Motorola’s branding will be present on the back of the phone, in two spots, actually.
We’re not sure if a fingerprint scanner will be a part of the package
All the physical buttons will sit on the right-hand side of the phone, and it seems like its power/lock key won’t double as a fingerprint scanner, at least by the looks of it.
A Type-C port will sit at the bottom of the phone, along with a microphone, and the phone’s main speaker. One of these images also gives you an idea as to how much will the camera setup protrude on the back.
We’re not sure what will this color variant be called, but it does resemble the ‘Pearl Gold’ Moto G41. So, we presume that the ‘Gold’ part will be in its name.
The source didn’t really share any spec info just yet. We do know that the Moto G42 will be a budget phone, though, so don’t expect miracles in the spec department.