Moto G9 Power
Since the ninth generation of Motorola G series smartphones, the Moto G9 (known as the Moto G9 Play in international markets) and the Moto G9 Plus were introduced in August and September 2020, respectively, and the G9 Power should be considered a continuation of this family. The most important feature of this phone, as mentioned, belongs to the unprecedented 6,000mAh battery of the device, which according to the manufacturer will be enough for 60 hours of use of the phone (of course, in ideal laboratory conditions). Like the Moto G9 Play, the battery comes with a high-speed 20-watt charger and no wireless charger.
Leaving the battery aside, we are faced with a down-to-earth handset that is perfectly compatible with its price range; The structure of this phone uses a very large 6.8-inch screen, which is almost no different from the Moto G9 Plus and its 6.81-inch panel. The difference between the two screens, of course, has to be found in their resolution, where the G9 Power with its HD + resolution clearly shows its belonging to the lower middle class. A positive point in the design of this display, which is similar to the Moto G9 Plus, is the position of the selfie camera of this model, which has now been moved to the holes in the panel on the left side, instead of notching a drop of water at the top of the display. The camera is a 16-megapixel model that supports pixel blending technology for better quality photos in low-light environments at 4 megapixels.
On the back of the phone, apart from the fingerprint sensor inside the Motorola logo, what looks like four camera lenses at first glance is actually three camera lenses and an LED flash, leaving only a 2-megapixel depth-of-field sensor. We come across a main camera and a not-so-important 2-megapixel macro camera. The resolution of the main camera of the device is 64 megapixels, which appears for the first time in a smartphone in the Motorola G Power series. This camera naturally uses pixel blending technology like other similar models and offers better images in low light at a default resolution of 16 megapixels. With the help of this phone’s macro camera, you can take pictures from a distance of about 2.5 cm.
Motorola has not changed its choice of processor from the G9 Play, and here it uses the same 11-nanometer Snapdragon 662 processor with 4 ARM Cortez-A73 and 4A53 cores, whose maximum frequencies are 2 and 1.8 GHz, respectively . Graphics processing in this processor is the responsibility of Adreno 610 and naturally does not support 5G. 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (not to mention eMMC 5.1) are other options mentioned here, and a microSD slot is also included.
The Moto G9 Power with Android 10 operating system is apparently available in two colors, purple and green, at a price of 200 Euros, and will be distributed in Latin America and the Middle East in the coming weeks.
Moto G 5G
Introducing the Moto G 5G Plus last July as Motorola’s first low-cost 5G intermediate device, a few months have passed and now Motorola has released a new and simpler version of the series called the Moto G 5G, which apart from the processor, changes the main cameras and He has also experienced selfies.
The Moto G 5G features a large 6.7-inch screen with the MaxVision brand, which benefits from full HD resolution, and its support for HDR10 promises decent quality. This screen has a 20: 9 aspect ratio and except for the lower part, there are no very thick edges around it.
At the top center of the panel is a slot for a single selfie camera, a 16-megapixel model with 1-micron pixels and a default resolution of 4 megapixels, which can be improved by taking 2-micron pixels to capture better images in low-light environments. goes. The Moto G 5G Plus used two selfie cameras (normal 16-megapixel and 8-megapixel Ultraviolet).
The main camera on the back is a 48-megapixel model, which is accompanied by an 8-megapixel Ultraviolet camera and a 2-megapixel macro camera. The device’s fingerprint sensor is also located in the same area and inside the Motorola logo.
Motorola has gone for Qualcomm’s new 5G processor, the Snapdragon 750G, which was introduced last September, to process this model. The structure of this 8-nanometer processor uses 2 Kryo 570 cores based on ARM Cortex-A77 and 6 1.8 GHz Cortex-A55 cores, and its graphics are Adreno 619. The Snapdragon X52 modem in this processor supports both sub-6GHz and mmWave networks and thus is no different from the more advanced Snapdragon 765 and Snapdrgaon 765G processors. The structure of this model uses 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of expandable internal memory (up to 1 terabyte more).
The battery of this phone has a capacity of over 5,000 mAh, and here, the same 20-watt wired charger is used, which, according to Motorola, will be enough to charge the battery for 15 minutes with 10 hours of use.
The Moto G 5G will be available in gray and silver with a base price of € 300 in European markets and, like the G9 Power., Will be available in Latin America, the Middle East and Asia in the coming weeks. Mentioning this point, it is interesting to note that the price for the Moto G 5G Plus is only 50 euros more than this phone, which is due to the advantages such as the Snapdragon 765G processor and dual selfie cameras in the Plus version. It does not justify relatively little.