When the year end comes and most of the OEMs don’t launch much smartphones, Motorola jumps in and launches quite a bit smartphones. Today Motorola launched it’s Moto G200 5G smartphone, and along with it revealed 4 other smartphones. All these belongs to budget & midrange segment. So without further delay, let’s see these 4 smartphones.
Moto G71 5G :
This one is most expensive amongst the four by Motorola. It sports 6.4” Full HD OLED Display but with just 60Hz refresh rate. There’s Snapdragon 695 5G chipset inside, which is pretty new with 6nm technology. There’s 6GB of RAM (8GB for India) and 128GB storage along with option to expand the same.
This Moto G71 5G has 50MP main, 8MP ultrawide, and 2MP macro camera. It can shoot videos up to 1080 at 60fps only. It packs in a 5,000mAh battery with 30W fast charging support. It has Dolby Atmos support and has IP52 rating for minor water resistance. It’s priced at €300 and will be available first in Europe and then in Latin America, India, and Middle East.
Moto G51 5G :
It’s slightly cheaper than G71 but has some advantages over it. Like it has an LCD display but has 120Hz refresh rate. The screen is is bigger at 6.8” with Full HD resolution. Motorola has packed in a budget Snapdragon 480+ 5G chipset, has 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage options with MicroSd card support.
The camera system is same as Moto G71, and same battery size but with just 10W charging support. It will come in Europe first and then in India, Middle East, and Latin America.
Moto G41 :
Now comes the more cheaper Motorola smartphone here, the Moto G41. It packs in a 1080p OLED display with 60Hz refresh rate, Helio G85 processor (so no 5G), 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB storage with expansion option. It has 48MP main camera surprisingly with OIS, 8MP Ultrawide and 2MP Macro lens.
It also has Dolby Atmos, IP52 rating, and 5,000mAh battery with 30W charging (faster than Moto G51). It’s priced at €250 and it won’t be available in India, otherwise availability is same as other devices.
Moto G31 :
This is the last and cheapest smartphone from today’s launch by Motorola. Most of the features are similar to Moto G41, but the main camera is 50MP without OIS.
The charging speed is also lowered to 10W. It’s priced at €200 and availability is same as others including India.
So these are the smartphones launched by Motorola today. Another thing to note here is that the Android update is only guaranteed to 1 major update for all.
Personal speaking, from these four no smartphone impressed me even a little bit. I don’t know what Motorola is thinking while planning these phones, but they should have come with just 1 or 2 devices but with more better specs. So what are your thoughts on these devices? Let us know in the comment section below.
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