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A recent leak by an individual of the Brazilian Moto G4 community over on Google Plus shows off the successor to the Moto G4. Dan Cautella posted an image of the Moto G5 Plus and also revealed some interesting details about the upcoming smartphone.

Dan starts his post by revealing that the Moto G5 Plus will have a nanoSIM card slot unlike the previous devices in the Moto range which supported microSIM cards. Dan goes on to clarify that the SIM cards are in a slot just like as in the iPhone and that the smartphone is encased in a metal unibody. It should be noted here that until now, all the smartphones in the Moto series had a removable back panel with the SIM card and microSD card slots.

Apart from this detail, Dan doesn’t give away more features of the G5 Plus but the picture he posted reveals some of it.

The plastic screen guard on the device’s screen tells us that the Moto G5 Plus will feature a 5.2-inch fullHD display which is a smaller panel when compared to its predecessor. The device will run on a 2 GHz octa-core processor which we believe is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 625.

The device will come with a 12 megapixel “Rapid Focus” camera. Powering the G5 Plus will be a 3,000 mAh battery with support to TurboPower. Additionally, the smartphone will also come with NFC support.

Through the image, we also get a glimpse of the fingerprint sensor on Moto G5 Plus which is oval in shape unlike the square shaped on other Moto smartphones.

Lenovo has announced an event for Moto on February 26 at MWC where it is expected to launch the Moto G5.