- Smartphone companies have been speeding up to offer devices that enable 5G connectivity;
- But while the frequency auction doesn’t take place in Brazil, commercial networks are using DSS, a technology that allows 5G connections in frequency bands already used by 4G networks
Motorola announced this Thursday the launch of its latest moto g 5G plus in Brazil, the first smartphone of the moto g category with 5G technology.
Available as of today, the smartphone will be sold exclusively by the carrier Claro. The device is now compatible only with Claro’s 5G DSS network and will work on future frequencies of 5G technology that will be implemented in the country, through the 5G auction by the Brazilian telecommunications agency (Anatel) in 2021.
In addition to ultra-fast connectivity to download movies and play online games with low latency, the smartphone comes with a dual front selfie camera with ultrawide 2; performance with 8 GB RAM; the first CinemaVision display in the moto g category with a 90 Hz refresh rate, a 5,000 mAh battery, plus the Turbo Power charger.
The device can also be found on Motorola’s official website and on MotoStores located in the main shopping centers in the country, with a suggested price starting at BRL 2,999.
Smartphone companies have been speeding up to offer devices that enable 5G technology. Last week, Apple launched its next-generation iPhone 12, with faster 5G connectivity, as an effort to ride a wave of consumer excitement around the new wireless data networks.