Motorola announced the arrival of the new Moto G10 Power and G30 in India on Tuesday (09). According to the company, the launches are aimed at those looking for the best cost advantage when buying a cell phone.
Both models feature a 6.5-inch screen with IPS technology, a resolution of 600 x 720 pixels (HD +) and drop-notch. Both have a plastic finish, fingerprint reader on the back and four power buttons on the side, volume and button to activate the Google Assistant.
The chip used in the Moto 10 Power is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460, while the Moto G30 will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662. Despite the difference, the two phones have 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage with support for MicroSD cards (up to 1 TB).
In terms of camera, the G10 Power has a main rear camera from 48 MP, ultra wide angle from 8 MP, macro from 2 MP and a depth of field of 2 MP. The front camera has 8 MP. On the Moto G30, the settings are the same, except for the main camera, which has 64MP.
The main difference between the two releases is that the Power has a 6000 mAh battery with a 20W fast charge function. According to Motorola, the new battery will allow “190 hours of music playback, 23 hours of videos, and 20 hours of Internet browsing”. On the other hand, the Moto G30 has a 5000 mAh battery. Smartphones have Android 11 operating system, ThinkShiled for Mobile security feature and proximity sensor.
The Moto G10 Power should start selling on March 16, priced at 9,999 rupees (about R $ 805, in current conversion). The Moto G30 will go on sale on the 17th of this month for around $ 885.