- Motorola Maui’s render gives us the first look at its design.
- It packs a Mediatek Helio G37 chip, 16MP triple rear camera setup, and 3GB RAM.
- Motorola Maui will likely launch by the end of this year.
This year saw Motorola get up and go on a launch spree as the brand introduced handsets across segments, from entry-level to full-fledged flagships and even a foldable device. However, the Lenovo subsidiary is not finished with its binge-launching season yet – there’s an entry-level handset, the Motorola Maui, poised to launch before this year ends.
91mobiles has gathered the phone’s render and crucial specifications from a reliable industrial source. Here’s your first look at this forthcoming Motorola Maui and what it will bring to the table.
Motorola Maui design
The Motorola Maui has a traditional candy bar form factor. Motorola Maui’s flat back has curved sides for a better grip. It houses a rectangular camera island that neatly tucks a triple camera setup and an LED flash. There’s also a Motorola logo, which probably functions as a fingerprint reader.
Coming to the front, you get a thin bezel display with a chunky bottom and a centre-aligned punch-hole camera at the top. It features a volume rocker with a power button on the right side. The render doesn’t show us what’s at the bottom of the Motorola Maui.
We’ll have to wait for the launch event to know if it has a 3.5-mm headphone jack and USB Type-C port for charging. Of course, there’ll be a speaker grille and a microphone at the bottom.
Motorola Maui specifications
Motorola Maui will ship with a 1600×720 pixel HD+ display with a 20:9 aspect ratio. The device’s heart is a Mediatek Helio G37 chip and packs 3GB RAM. Photography needs on the Motorola Maui will be taken care of by a 5MP front-facing snapper and a triple rear camera setup: 16MP f/2.2 H1634B, 2MP f/2.4 OV02B10-A25H-001A, and 2MP f/2.4 GC02M1-C24YA.
Motorola Maui specs
- Mediatek Helio G37
- 720p HD+ Display
- 3GB RAM
- 16MP-2MP-2MP triple rear
- 5MP front camera
The complete spec sheet of the Motorola Maui is still under wraps, but nothing is stopping it from being subject to leaks.