Motorola's Moto G9 Plus is leaking out again today, one month after we got our first look at it in some leaked images. This time, though, it's a carrier that's prematurely revealed the upcoming Motorola phone.
Orange Slovakia has posted images and spec info for the Moto G9 Plus before it's been officially announced by Motorola (via Roland Quandt). As the previous leak showed, this Moto G9 Plus is packing a hole-punch display with a chin and a large rear camera bump with a quad cam setup.
The Moto G9 Plus spec list includes a 6.81-inch 2400x1080 display, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage that you can supplement with a microSD card if you'd like. The main rear camera is a 64MP snapper, but today's leak doesn't have any info on the other rear cameras.
Also tipped to be included with Moto's new G series phone is a whopping 5000mAh battery, dual SIM slots, and Android 10. It's listed with a price of €255 EUR ($301 USD).
Overall the Moto G9 Plus looks like a solid upgrade over last year's Moto G8 Plus. It's got a bigger screen, double the built-in storage, and a bigger battery, all while keeping the affordable pricing that Motorola's Moto G series is known for. There's no word yet on when the Moto G9 Plus might officially launch, but if it's starting to appear on carrier web stores, then an official announcement shouldn't be far off.