Moto G5S Plus First Look, Camera Samples

Sorry the little delay if you are expecting this but of course, we will never gonna left out this one of the best price-for-the-specs from Motorola Philippines from their recent by-invitation event.

Here is the Moto G5S Plus powered by the proven Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor. For the rest of the specs, you can check out in my previous article here. By the way, the variant that they are about to bring here is the 4 GB RAM/32 GB ROM version. There's almost no difference in terms of display quality on this one compared to the smaller G5S - very good indeed


The back view is my fave part of the G5S with that simple yet elegant placing of those antenna lines. It has matte finish and pretty solid feel. Like what I saw on the G5S, the camera bump was the same concern for me


The left side, the hybrid dual SIM (or micro SD in SIM 2 slot) has a weird placing at the bottom part while at the right has the volume rocker and power/unlock button. Still quite slim profile.



I skipped thru it's UI as it was the same as to the Moto G5S. One of the camera highlights during the launch event is the pro mode but as I went to a deep dive, yes it can go as high as ISO 3200 but on the shutter speed, it can only go up to 1 second. I am happy that I can shoot 4K at 30 fps and Full HD at 60 fps. As the phone was tighted up for security reasons, I did not have that luxury to try that bokeh mode that they are bringing in on it's dual rear cam system. What's disappointing was for some reason, the less powerful G5S has faster image processing speed compared to this. Their personnel inside the venue confirmed that those demo units were at it's final version. Moto Philippines must have a system check regarding on this discovery. Both cameras have f/2.0 aperture




The camera samples:

Moto G5S Plus rear camera sample

Moto G5S Plus front camera sample

Moto G5S Plus is priced in the Philippines for Php 14,999

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October 19, 2017

Moto G5S Plus First Look, Camera Samples

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Sorry the little delay if you are expecting this but of course, we will never gonna left out this one of the best price-for-the-specs from Motorola Philippines from their recent by-invitation event.

Here is the Moto G5S Plus powered by the proven Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 octa-core processor. For the rest of the specs, you can check out in my previous article here. By the way, the variant that they are about to bring here is the 4 GB RAM/32 GB ROM version. There's almost no difference in terms of display quality on this one compared to the smaller G5S - very good indeed


The back view is my fave part of the G5S with that simple yet elegant placing of those antenna lines. It has matte finish and pretty solid feel. Like what I saw on the G5S, the camera bump was the same concern for me


The left side, the hybrid dual SIM (or micro SD in SIM 2 slot) has a weird placing at the bottom part while at the right has the volume rocker and power/unlock button. Still quite slim profile.



I skipped thru it's UI as it was the same as to the Moto G5S. One of the camera highlights during the launch event is the pro mode but as I went to a deep dive, yes it can go as high as ISO 3200 but on the shutter speed, it can only go up to 1 second. I am happy that I can shoot 4K at 30 fps and Full HD at 60 fps. As the phone was tighted up for security reasons, I did not have that luxury to try that bokeh mode that they are bringing in on it's dual rear cam system. What's disappointing was for some reason, the less powerful G5S has faster image processing speed compared to this. Their personnel inside the venue confirmed that those demo units were at it's final version. Moto Philippines must have a system check regarding on this discovery. Both cameras have f/2.0 aperture




The camera samples:

Moto G5S Plus rear camera sample

Moto G5S Plus front camera sample

Moto G5S Plus is priced in the Philippines for Php 14,999

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