Mobile World Congress is right around the corner, and all sorts of smartphones are expected to be announced. Apparently, Motorola has a bit of an untended leak on its hands—Spanish retailer Ktronix accidentally went live with press pictures and specs of some upcoming budget smartphones. The page was quickly taken down, but nothing like this ever disappears from the Internet, and in this case, some Twitter users (@davidteixe, @LSAwesome) managed to snag some pictures. Evan Blass saw the leak party and joined in with a picture, too.
The Moto G5 and G5 Plus look nearly identical, and not far off from the Moto G4. They have a hardware fingerprint reader that looks just like a physical home button but apparently isn’t one, given that the devices have on-screen navigation buttons. The backs of the devices pick up a camera arrangement that looks a lot like the Moto Z—a big, round cutout in the back houses the camera equipment. On the G5 Plus, this section seems to stick out of the device; on the G5 the camera section is flush with the device.
Source: Moto G5 and G5 Plus listings briefly go live early with pictures, specs | Ars Technica