The CES is usually not a big show for smartphones, but that hasn’t stopped Motorola from giving the entire Moto G lineup a big refresh for the beginning of the year, along with the new version of Motorola’s most affordable 5G phone.
The new Moto G family and the new Moto One 5G Ace will mark Motorola’s brand range New phones for basically every price bracket under $ 400.
Motorola revives the Moto G Play, which starts at $ 170, As the most affordable handset of the bunch, and while it is very basic, it makes the most of Required cover. You a 6.5 inch 1600 x 720 (yes it is HD, not full HD) display, A Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 chip, 3 GB RAM, 32 GB storage, a microSD card slot and a very large 5,000 mAh battery.
The Motorola logo also has a fingerprint sensor, which looks like a dual camera, but is actually One-The Moto G Play has a 13-MP main cam and 2-MP depth cam to help with portrait mode shots. And to finish everything off, the Moto G Play has a relatively lightweight matte plastic with some mild water resistance, which means Small spills or showers.
Next we come what may be my favorite phone In the bunch, the Moto G Power, which retains the 5,000 mAh battery used in the Moto G Play, but adds Slightly better specs. Depending on where you get it from, the G Power will be available in two configurations: a $ 200 model with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage or a $ 250 model with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage.
Regardless of what you configure, G Power includes a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor, a slightly larger 6.6-inch 1600 x 720 display, a microSD card tray, and three rear cams (48-MP main, 2-MP macro) and 2 -MP depth cam). To me, gee power The budget hits the sweet spot and is able to cover most of the bases without adding a lot of extra frills, although I would have liked to see that Motorola include an ultra-wide or telephoto cam instead of that macro lens.
Then there is Moto G stylus, which Starts at $ 300 and tries its best Should be Samsung’s more affordable option for high-end Galaxy Note Line. This is because a stylus is included (dashed inside a convenient slot on the side of the phone), with no buttons or additional wireless features like the one you get from Samsung’s S-Pen.