Motorola Moto G64 5G: The First Smartphone to Sport the Dimensity 7025 Chip

Motorola Moto G64 5G: The First Smartphone to Sport the Dimensity 7025 Chip

Yesterday, Motorola announced its plan to unveil the Moto G64 5G in India on April 16, sharing key specifications of the phone. While the pricing of the Moto G64 5G is still under wraps, Motorola has fully revealed the smartphone by listing it on its official website.

The Motorola Moto G64 5G marks a significant milestone as it is powered by the Dimensity 7025 SoC, making it the world’s first smartphone to feature this chip. The device offers configurations of 8GB/128GB and 12GB/256GB, along with a microSD card slot that allows for storage expansion by up to 1TB.

On the software front, the Moto G64 5G runs on Android 14-based My UX right out of the box, with a guaranteed upgrade to Android 15 and three years of security updates promised.

Crafted around a 6.5″ FullHD+ 120Hz LCD that boasts a 240Hz touch sampling rate and Gorilla Glass protection, the Moto G64 5G includes a centered punch-hole design for its 16MP selfie camera. On the rear, it features a dual-camera setup comprising a 50MP primary camera (with OIS) and an 8MP ultrawide camera. The ultrawide camera, with a 118° field of view, doubles as a macro shooter.

The device is powered by a substantial 6,000 mAh battery supporting 30W charging, although it comes packaged with a 33W adapter.

Other notable features of the Motorola Moto G64 5G include a side-mounted fingerprint scanner, an IP52 rating for dust and water resistance, USB-C, and NFC capabilities. Additionally, it offers a 3.5mm headphone jack, stereo speakers, Dolby Atmos, and Moto Spatial Sound for an immersive audio experience.

The Motorola Moto G64 5G measures 8.89mm in thickness, weighs 192g, and is available in three color options: Mint Green, Pearl Blue, and Ice Lilac. Further details on the Motorola Moto G64 5G’s pricing and availability are expected to be disclosed next Tuesday.