The most recent midrangers in the moto family are here with the Moto G9 Power and Moto G 5G. The G9 Power gets its name from its 6,000 mAh battery while the Moto G 5G is the brand’s most moderate 5G phone in Europe at €300.
Moto G9 power
Notwithstanding its monstrous battery, the Moto G9 Power accompanies a 6.8-inch HD+ LCD and poke hole pattern for its 16MP selfie cam. The back houses a 64MP main shooter close by a 2MP macro cam and 2MP depth helper. People will additionally find the typical motto dimple with an embedded fingerprint scanner.
Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 662 sits in charge snared to 4GB RAM and 128GB storage which is further expandable through microSD.
The phone boots Android 10 with Motorola’s My UX on top. The monstrous 6,000 mAh battery charger over USB-C and supports 20W charging speeds.
The Moto G9 Power retails for €200 in Europe and comes in Electic Violet and Metallic Sage colors. It’s additionally showing up to more markets in Latin America, Middle East and Asia in the coming weeks.
Moto G 5G
As 5G networks are gradually advancing toward more nations around Europe, Motorola wants to offer clients a moderate gateway to the next-gen experience. The Moto G 5G is a 6.7-inch phone powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 750G chipset.
It packs a more flexible cameras setup with a 48MP primary camera helped by an 8MP ultrawide lens and 2MP macro cam.
Keeping things running is a 5,000 mAh cell which additionally does 20W charging over USB-C. The phone additionally holds an IP52 splash-proof rating and holds the earphone jack on the bottom. The software front is covered by Android 10 with My UX on top.
The Moto G 5g comes in Volcanic Gray, Frosted Silver colors and will be offered with 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage. Retail cost for the base model is set at €300.
Like the G9 Power, the G 5G will come to Latin America, Middle East and Asian markets in the next few weeks.
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