Live life snappy with the Moto G5S Plus

Posted:  December 23, 2017   By:    9 comments   

Moto G5s Plus Malaysia

This post is brought to you by Motorola Malaysia.

We live in a world where we’re terribly spoiled for choice when it comes to our mobile devices, but when you want the best of the best, sometimes it’s a little out of reach. But at the same time, is it truly worth settling for “the next best thing” when you can do better without breaking the bank?

So why settle for less when you can have the Moto G5S Plus, a beautifully crafted all-rounder of a phone in a premium shell, for a fraction of the price.

Classy on the outside, powerful on the inside

Featuring a svelte slim figure and premium feeling unibody design, on first glance you’d think that the Moto G5S Plus will cost you a pretty penny like every other flagship device. However, this couldn’t be farther from the truth, as the latest smartphone from the Moto G range is not only extremely affordable, it’s chock full of awesome bells and whistles that are worth every cent.

From its large 5.5-inch Full HD Corning Gorilla Glass 3 screen all the way to impressive dual camera setup, this phone is more than set to impress. Top that off with an impressive 4GB RAM, your device has more than enough to ensure that your phone will always be running smoothly.

Travel worry free

Far too often we are scrambling for our powerbanks because our hectic mobile lives have sapped our phones batteries to nothingness. But the Moto G5S Plus will let you travel and go about your day worry free, with a very efficient 2.0GHz octa octa-core Snapdragon 625 processor that helps you save on power. You don’t have to wait around all day for your phone to charge either, as the device features TurboPower charge, allowing you to juice up to 6 hours of battery life in just 15 minutes on the cable.

Capture life, easy

If you love photography but find the gear too bulky or the costs simply too high, the Moto G5S Plus has got you covered and you don’t even need half the baggage.

Sporting not one but two 13MP sensors on it’s rear-dual camera and a wide-angle 8MP snapper with LED flash out the front, the G5S Plus is capable of some amazing shots.

The dual-camera setup even has several tricks up its sleeve. It allows you to capture fantastic monochrome images, low-light photos and even allows you to crop out the subject or isolate it by removing all colour, much like how you could do in Photoshop but minus the app. All you need to do is snap your shots with Depth enabled and whip out the Depth Editor to adjust your image.

Should you be the sort to enjoy taking videos, the phone allows you to shoot in 4K, to capture every detail.

Gesture to go

What if you could just shake your phone to launch your camera or turn it on it’s face to put it on silent mode? You can actually do all these with Moto Action, letting you operate your phone without so much as having to touch your screen.

Put it face down to silence notifications or calls, twist it to launch the camera, or make a chopping motion with your phone to activate the flashlight. These are just a few things you can do with Moto Action, allowing you to get so much done without so much as touching a button.

The Moto G5S Plus comes in Lunar Grey and Blush Gold, and it retails for just RM999. It is available at authorised Motorola retailers and on the official Motorola Online Store on Lazada Malaysia. For more info, visit or Motorola Malaysia Facebook page.

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9 Comments for Live life snappy with the Moto G5S Plus

Alfred Stephen Joseph

Lenovo security patch update are poor. N android update most likely not gonna happen..


    Agree with you using lenovo k4 note.


      Are both of you lost or something? Lenovo and Motorola are totally different. One is a China brand and another is American. FYI Moto G series always use stock android and it receives security updates on time.


        lol…lenovo and moto are under one roof…..


          So is geely, Volvo, proton and lotus. So proton cars = Volvo now?


          did i said moto = lenovo? i only mention both are under one roof. i believe you got reading problem.



        Motorola was sold to Lenovo back in Jan 2014.


          Congratulations. You know your history lessons. I give you a star sticker.


          lol.. please admitted it