According to reports, the Moto Tab G84 is in development and may be launched in India soon. The company recently launched a few G-series smartphones in India, including Moto G54, Moto G84, and Moto G14. Now, the company is said to be launching a G-series tablet in the country, which also hints at the tablet’s design, according to leaked information. According to reports, the Moto Tab G84 will succeed the Moto Tab G70, which debuted in India in January last year.

Tipster Sudhanshu Ambhore (via Appuals Report) leaked design renders of the alleged Moto Tab G84. As the renders suggest, the upcoming tablet may feature a horizontal selfie camera. For the rear camera, the tablet is said to feature an 8-megapixel sensor. According to reports, there is an LED flash next to the camera.

According to reports, the Moto Tab G84 tablet will have massive bezels on all sides and may feature a metallic two-tone design. The renders also reveal a small cutout on the back of the tablet, near the camera. According to reports, it can be used as a magnetic connector for the stylus. The Motorola logo is located in the center of the back.

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Moto Tab G84 renders leaked
Photo credit: Sudhanshu Ambhore/Appuals

From the back, it can be seen that the tablet may come with speakers with JBL Sound and support Dolby Atmos. On the right edge of the table, you can see two speakers and a USB Type-C charging port. It’s worth noting that the company hasn’t revealed any details about the upcoming tablet, so everything should be taken with a grain of salt. However, leaked design renders may hint that the Moto Tab G84 is coming.

The upcoming Moto Tab G84 is likely to succeed the Moto Tab G70 launched in January last year. It also comes in a dual-tone design and is priced at Rs. The only 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant was priced at 21,999 at launch.

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