That's the key takeaway from the company's Mobile World Congress press event that took place Sunday in Barcelona. The 5-inch G5 will retail for £169 (16GB, 2GB RAM) and £179 (16GB, 3GB RAM) in the UK while the slightlty larger 5.2-inch G5 Plus will set you back just a little more at $245, £229 and AU$399 (16GB)/AU$449 (32GB). And while the UK price of the G5 translates to about $210, that phone will not officially be released stateside.
While the new G5 isn't much to shout about given that it's pretty much a low-end device, it's the G5 Plus that shines with its dual-camera setup as well as its fingerprint sensor and NFC for mobile payments -- at least, for most of the world: The US version of the G5 Plus is weirdly lacking NFC. That said, the G5 Plus is still solidly a midrange product, so don't expect flagship specs -- it's powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 processor.
Both phones will go on sale globally, though there's no official word yet on release dates.
Meanwhile, Lenovo also announced new Moto Mods add-on for its Moto Z, Z Play and Z Force phones. Previous Mods had added a projector, a powerful speaker and even a powerful zoom camera to the Moto Z lineup.
The new Mods add wireless charging to the Moto Z, while another adds quick charging. There's also a gamepad, too, and for Alexa fans, Amazon will be releasing a Mod with Alexa capabilities later this year.
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