Motorola has introduced several new smartphones from the popular G series in the last few days. These include the Moto G14, Moto G54 and Moto G84 models. The last two Motorola smartphones are also available in Europe since last week. Next, Moto is apparently preparing to launch a new tablet. The Motorola Moto Tab G84 is the successor to the Moto Tab G70, which was launched in January last year. The first renderings now show the complete design of the upcoming Motorola tablet.
As can be seen from the renders, the Motorola Moto Tab G84 features a relatively large bezel on all four sides of the device. The selfie camera sits in the long side of the frame, which merges into a metal housing with a two-tone color texture. Additionally, the tablet comes with a single 8-megapixel camera on the back. Motorola also installed an LED flash.
There is a small cutout in the upper part of the back of the Motorola Moto Tab G84, which is probably intended as a magnetic holder for a stylus. The Motorola logo sits in the middle. The tablet also has JBL speakers with Dolby Atmos support, as can be seen from the logo on the back.
The Pogo PIN connector with three contact points is located on the lower frame, which may also serve as a docking interface for a keyboard case. Two speakers and a USB-C port are clearly visible on the right side of the tablet.
What’s still missing are technical data and prices for the Moto Tab G84. In the coming days, further leaks and official teasers are likely to shed additional light on the matter.