The limited information that is currently available indicates that the new phone will have 2GB of RAM, with a 3GB RAM variant being possible. Storage is not specified, but based on the memory, it would probably range between 32GB and 64GB. The MT6762G, which corresponds to the MediaTek HEelio G25 SoC or something similar, is the listed CPU. The single-processor, eight-core chip will have an IMG PowerVR GE8320 GPU with a base clock of 2GHz.
According to a recent benchmark listing, Motorola plans to update its line of budget smartphones, beginning with the Moto G Go. Recent new launches from the Lenovo-owned phone brand have included the most recent Razr foldable and the impending Moto Edge 30 Ultra with a 200MP camera. A listing on Geekbench claims that the Moto G Go is the first in a new line of updated, budget-friendly handsets.
The listing also says that the Moto G Go will come out of the box with Android 11, however based on the devices name, it is likely to be ‘Android Go’, which is a streamlined version of the OS for devices with lower RAM. It is expected to have a 13MP Main camera and a 2MP secondary camera, with the selfie camera being 5MP. Details at this stage of the Moto G Go are limited, however more details are likely to surface soon, such as Australian availability.