Motorola Moto G8

Motorola Moto G8 Smartphone Pros and Cons: Motorola always blows consumer’s minds with their latest featured smartphone and brings prominent prescribed specifications. Recently, the company unveils Moto G8, Moto G8 Power, Moto G8 Power lite, Moto G8 Plus, and Moto G8 Play. Here we will talk about Moto G8 mid-range budget smartphone, which is one of a kind in terms of user experience and battery. The official event happened on 5 March, and now it is available in the global market at USD 180, (14000 INR).

Highlights

  1. Budget phone under 14000 INR (USD 180)
  2. No Boaltware apps and ads notification
  3. The Graphics of Andreno 610 GPU.

Design and Display

According to its price segment, it offers a simple design that can get scratches, so use the cover for the protection from scratch and other damage. On the other hand, the plastic back frame design lures attraction most with decently placed triple camera board. Although its body is quite thicker than the average handset. It has a dedicated punched hole selfie camera in the front, and the display has very slim bezels.

Besides, it comes with Full HD+ 6.4 inches IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, which offers a resolution of 720×1260 pixels with pixels per inch density of 285.

Memory, Internal, and Performance

The phone offers in-built Android 10 with the layering of company stock user-interface, which is quite similar to the Andriod One UI, and chipset of Snapdragon 665 Soc that mild equally with the Graphics of the Andreno 610 GPU and the benchmark score of Antututus is above 1 lakh that means its performs is far better than any typical mid-ranger. It has a 4GB RAM / 64GB memory variant with a shared memory card slot and has a storage type of eMMC 5.1.

Motorola Moto G8 Camera Specifications

It has a triple camera module of 16MP + 8MP + 2MP and for the selfie, it gives 8MP which quite moderate according to its prices and specifications. It also offers a video recording quality of 2k.

Battery, Price, and Others

The company imports a tremendously large 4000 mAh non-removable battery, which offers a conventional fast-charging of 10 watts, with all these things it can stay alive for a day within a mild usage of the phone. It includes features and sensors such as rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, NFC, proximity, and many more, and it is ready to use at astounding colors of White Prism and Capri Blue with an offset price of 14000 INR ($180). Check the new Motorola Edge Plus 5G smartphone.