In the past two days, it was Motorola It has announced the release of no less than six different mobile phones, all belonging to what it calls the “Moto G family”. In other words, they are smartphones from the intermediate line of the American company, but they are usually worth it because of the prices. Most of them have a triple camera, long battery life and connectivity 5G network.
The launches are as follows: Moto G Power 2022, Moto G 200 5G, Moto G71 5G, Moto G51 5G, Moto G41 and Moto G31. At the moment, there are no details about the launch in Brazil. However, the company has traditionally updated this line with new features. So there is a good chance that they will appear here soon.
Moto G Power
On Wednesday (17) the Moto G Power, scheduled for release in early 2022 in the US, was announced. There are no expectations of access to the Brazilian market. It’s an update for the Moto G Power 2021, released last January, although there isn’t much difference between them.
The company made sure to stress that its 5,000mAh battery can last three days without needing to be charged. The highlight, however, is the 10W charger, which should be slow to charge all of this. There are already mid-range Android smartphones with more powerful chargers (the rule is often: the more Watts a charger has, the faster the phone recharges).
A curious novelty is the replacement of the chipset: Qualcomm papers, MediaTek Helio G37 enters, which can be considered a decrease in the processing power of the device. But the RAM, which ensures the agility of the system, increased from 3 GB to 4 GB.
The main camera has also gone from 48MP to 50MP, which promises to improve photo-taking, even in less than ideal lighting, although the change should be almost imperceptible for the vast majority of people. The expected price of the Moto G Power 2022 is $200 (about R$1,111).
Moto G200 5G phone
With the five other releases Motorola announced on Thursday (18), the company is shooting all over the place in different price ranges to match the mid-range smartphones.
The most powerful of these phones is the Moto G200 5G, which is slated to be launched in “select markets in Latin America”. Like the more advanced Moto G today, it promises to deliver good performance with the Snapdragon 888 Plus chip. As the name suggests, the idea is that it supports 5G, and in this way, it is cell phone Very fast, with one of Qualcomm’s most advanced chipsets.
The camera array is also very promising, with the main sensor having a 108MP, 13MP wide angle, and 2MP depth sensor. The front camera has a resolution of 16 MP, which ensures that you take good selfies. Like the Moto G Power, the battery is 5000 mAh, but with a much more powerful charger, 33W.
Moto G71 5G phone
This model is slightly less than the Moto G200 5G, but it’s still promising and owes a lower price tag. The chip here is the Snapdragon 695, and the front camera is still 16 MP. However, the main sensor on the back has a sensor reduction to 50MP (compared to 108MP on the Moto G200 5G), an 8MP wide angle (the depth sensor is the same as the previous 2MP).
The battery also has a 5000mAh cell, which should ensure a reasonable life before needing to be recharged, and the charger shouldn’t be ugly with 30W. Motorola also plans to launch it in Latin America.
Moto G51 5G phone
Similar to the Moto G71 5G, but lower in performance, with the Snapdragon 480 Plus chip. The front camera is 13 MP, but the rear camera assembly has the same specifications as smart phone the previous. It still promises to be a good mid-range option, offering 5G connectivity and a fairly reasonable 120Hz refresh rate screen.
This rate is important because the higher the images, the smoother they are when viewed. In this, the Moto G51 5G outperforms the Moto G71 5G, which only offers a 60Hz refresh rate.
More modest than the others, the Moto G41 replicates some of the characteristics of the Moto G51. The battery is still reasonable (5000 mAh charger and 30W), the refresh rate is 60 Hz, the front camera is 13 MP, and the rear assembly has a 48 MP camera as the main sensor.
To cut costs, the chip is a MediaTek Helio G85, and it doesn’t have 5G connectivity. It should also launch in Latin America, according to Motorola.
The Moto G31, which is the brother of the Moto G41, does not support 5G mobile internet (however, it should be noted that this novelty should only reach some large Brazilian cities in 2022).
The chip is the same MediaTek Helio G85 as the previous one, but with a 50-megapixel rear camera on the main sensor, as well as an 8-megapixel wide-angle sensor and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. The battery is 5000 mAh, but the 10W charger is not exciting. Perhaps it is worth the cheaper price, as it should also reach the Latin American markets.
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