Long story short, for a budget phone, Moto G5S Plus is a really good smartphone. It has a large battery, good performance, very decent software and looks pretty. While not free of negatives – low quality cameras and speakers among them – it is still good enough to satisfy any customer that does not demand flagship level device.
– price – $229/$299,
– 5.5′ LCD display, 401 ppi, FHD,
– Snapdragon 625 CPU, 2GHz, 8-core,
– Adreno 506 GPU,
– 3/4GB RAM, 32/64GB storage memory,
– Micro USB port,
– annoyingly high-volume speakers, no bass, unpleasant difault sounds,
– 13mpx main camera, 8mpx selfie shooter, both dual, both with f/2 aperture. Undetailed depth effects mode, lagging performance,
– 3000mAh battery, Turbo Power charging,
– Android 7.1 Nougat OS, promised update to Oreo,
– Moto Actions and Moto Display apps that serve to make navigating the device easier,
– dimensions and weight: 153.5 x 76.2 x 8.0 mm, 168 grams.