With details and renders of the upcoming Moto G8 Play and Moto G8 Plus already been leaked, the renders of the another Moto G8-series smartphone, the Moto G8 has also come to the fore now. To note, the Moto G8 series of devices are slated to make their debut later this week in Brazil.

From the look of it, the Moto G8 in renders flaunts a design which is more identical to the design of the Moto G8 Play.

First thing gathered from the renders of the Moto G8 is that the smartphone has a run-of-the-mill display design with a water-drop notch at the top. The full-view display comes with slim bezels on top as well as the sides, though the chin looks more pronounced in comparison.

Turning to the back, the Moto G8 tacks on triple rear cameras. The primary camera sits separately above the vertical module that hosts two other cameras along with LED flash. The camera setup is situated at the top left corner of the back panel.

The rear also shows a fingerprint scanner embedded into the Motorola batwing logo at the center of the upper half of the backside of the phone.

The top houses a traditional 3.5mm headphone jack whereas at the bottom there lies a USB Type-C port flanked by a single speaker grille and a noise-cancelling mic. That said, the leak is exclusive to the renders. No specs detail of the Moto G8 has been revealed, alongside.

However, we have some clues as to what the spec sheets of the Moto G8 Plus and Moto G8 Play will look like. The Moto G8 Plus being the top-rung model will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 SoC while the Moto G8 Play will make do with a MediaTek Helio P60 SoC.

Also, the Moto G8 Plus will have four cameras at the back, not three as in the case of the G8 Play. It will likely feature a 6.3-inch full HD+ display while the Moto G8 Play will come with a 6.2-inch full HD+ display. The vanilla Moto G8 most probably will wield some intermediate specs to be slotted in between the Moto G8 Plus and Moto G8 Play.

Nevertheless, the suspense over it will be lifted on October 24, which is just a couple of days from now. So, stay tuned with us for the timely updates.

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