Mingis on Tech: All about the new Moto G5 Plus

Mingis on Tech: All about the new Moto G5 Plus

The new Moto G5 Plus smartphone, which is available for pre-order as of today and goes on sale March 31, is an Android-based device that hits the sweet spot, according to reviewer Dan Rosenbaum.

It's got all of the basic features you'd want in a mid-tier phone without a price tag that will break the bank.

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Rosenbaum joined Executive News Editor Ken Mingis to offer his thoughts on the G5 Plus, which he's been trying out ahead of the official launch. It's not too big -- about the size of the Huawei Honor 6X; not too fast, even with its Octo-core Snapdragon 625 chipset; takes pretty good pictures; has decent battery life; and starts at $229.

(Hint: The G5 Plus is even cheaper via Amazon Prime, if you're a member.)

Oh, and it comes with Android Nougat and a dirth of bloatware apps that can junk things up, which is why Rosenbaum says it might be just right for buyers looking for a smartphone bargain.

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