Motorola announced the G5 and G5 Plus in India earlier this year. Now, the smartphone manufacturer is reportedly working on announcing the successors of both the devices, subbed – Moto G5S and G5S Plus. Both the devices are tipped to be an upgraded version of the Moto G5 and G5 Plus. Romours about the smartphone have already started surfacing on the web. A new series of Moto G5S Plus images shows the device in four colour variants.If the leaked press renders of the Moto G5S Plus are to be taken seriously, the smartphone is tipped to come in four colour variants. The colours are expected to be – silver, grey, silver with white front and the fourth variant will come with the rear panel in gold colour with a white front. Further, the leaked images also show dual rear cameras onboard. The renders were first spotted by My SmartPrice.Also Read: Moto G5S, G5S Plus images leak, shows all-metal body display, dual cameras and moreMoto G5S Plus is expected to be an upgraded version of its predecessor – Moto G5 Plus and will sport a look alike design. Previously leaked image renders show that the upcoming smartphone will come packed with antenna bands at the rear panel, almost like that of the Moto M. On the other hand, display wise, the smartphones are tipped to come with a metallic body design. That’s about the design of both the upcoming phones — Mot G5S and G5S Plus.advertisementWell, as of now, not much about the device is known to us. But, if the rumours are to be believed, the upcoming Moto G5S Plus will sport a 5.5-inch full HD display, which will be much bigger than that of the Moto G5S, which is tipped to come with a 5.2-inch display. Further, a popular tipster Evan Blass also confirmed the making of the device, however, as of now the company didn’t. Until then, the everything about the device should be taken with a pinch of salt.Also Read: Moto G5 Plus review: Pure Android, good camera make it best phone under Rs 20,000Moto G5S Plus, unlike its predecessor, will come with a dual camera at the rear. While the Moto G5S is tipped to come with a single camera module. Rumours tip that both the smartphones will be announced later this year. If the rumours are to be believed, the upcoming Moto G5S will be a look alike of its predecessor — Moto G5 and will sport a smaller display. On the camera front, the Moto G5S is tipped to come packed with LED flash, placed right next to the primary camera. Further, the previously leaked images also show the coming of the Moto batwing, which was also seen on the leaked renders of the upcoming Moto Z2. If the leaked press renders of the allegedly Moto G5S are to be taken seriously, the smartphone will include a LED flash on the front as well. This means that there are high chances that the upcoming Moto G5S and G5S Plus will feature LED flash, both better and enhanced photography on both rear and front.Apart from these two devices, Lenovo-owned Motorola also launched the most anticipated Moto C and C Plus. Right now, Motorola is reportedly working on a few other smartphones as well, most anticipated of them are the Moto Z2, Z2 Play, and Z2 Force. Moto Z2 Play and Z2 Force are expected to be quite similar in terms of both design and specs. However, on that note, Moto Z2 may differ a bit. Furthermore, the smartphone manufacturer is also working on E and X series phones, dubbed, Moto X, Moto E4, and E4 Plus. All the smartphones have been subjected to innumerable leaks and are tipped to launch later this year.
New Delhi, Dec 8 (PTI) Newly-crowned weightlifting world champion Saikhom Mirabai Chanu says she thought of quitting the sport after receiving flak for her failure to win a medal at the Rio Olympics.”I was really low after the Olympics. It took me a lot of time to get over the disappointment. I even thought of giving up the sport and stop training. The comments in social media, the criticism against my coach really hurt me,” said Chanu, who recently became the second Indian after Karnam Malleswari to win a World Championship gold medal at the worlds.”I was thinking day and night how to get things right. I decided to do better than what I was doing because I knew that is the only way to stop people from talking. That was the only way to get over the hurt.”The 23-year-old from Manipur clinched Indias first gold at World Weightlifting Championship in 22 years after lifting a new world record of 194kg ? 85kg snatch and 109kg clean- and-jerk at Anaheim, USA last month.Chanu said she had to work on her technique and go for regular sessions with a psychologist to get over the loss and answer her detractors.”I did really bad at the Olympics. I had failed in clean and jerk, so I discussed with my coach about it and brought few changes in my technique during the training,” she said with a smile.”My psychologist also played a big role. I used to go to my psychologist twice in a month but after the Olympics I started taking sessions every week and it really helped me.”advertisementTalking about the dope tests, Chanu said: “Every week, I am tested for doping by NADA and WADA takes my samples twice a month. After reaching Las Vegas, my blood and urine samples were taken and again it was collected during the championship also, so it was collected twice in a month.”Looking back at her Rio Games performance, Chanu said the big stage got to her and she became nervous when her turn came as an Olympic medal slipped through her fingers.”I had really bad luck in Olympics. I could have won a medal. At the Olympic trial I had scored 192, if I could have done that I would have won a silver but I couldnt. It was my first Olympics and I got nervous,” she said.Crestfallen after the Olympics, Chanu did not go home and decided to work on her clean and jerk at the National camp in Patiala, but the Indian hopes to visit her native place early next year.”I will play at Railways event from December 11 and then there is National Championship in January. After that, I will speak to coach and hope to go home,” she said.Now that she has erased the ignominy of the Rio Olympics, Chanu has her eyes trained on the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games next year.”It was my dream to win a gold at World Championship. Now that I have achieved it, my target is to win a medal at Commonwealth Games, Asian Games and 2020 Olympics,” she signed off.Indian Weightlifting Federation (IWLF) president Birendra Prasad Baishya said Mirabais performance is proof of Indias commitment towrads making weightlifting a dope-free sport.”At a time when top countries such as China, Turkey, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan are banned for doping, Chanu showed how to win with honour,” Baishya said.”WADA tested her 15 times and NADA collected samples 30 times. It means in the last four years, there has been 45 tests in her and I congratulate her that all were negative.”Earlier our image was bad due to dope cases but now our federation is dope free. Our aim was to make weightlifting dope free and our coaches and lifter made it possible.”Baishya hoped India will win as many as 16 medals at the Commonwealth Games in April next year.”Commonwealth Games is knocking at the door and already 16 Indian lifters have qualified. I feel we may get 16 medals, which would be the highest ever tally.” PTI ATK AH AH