Motorola just unveiled its most affordable 5G smartphone - meet the Moto G 5G Plus. The Moto G lineup has always been about bringing the most bang for your buck and the G 5G Plus will be among the most affordable 5G phones in Europe, starting at just €349.
Upfront we have a 6.7-inch FHD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate and dual punch holes for the 16MP primary and 8MP ultrawide selfie cameras. The panel is HDR 10 compliant and boasts a 21:9 aspect ratio. The fingerprint scanner which also serves as the power button is located on the right-hand side.
The phone boasts a quad-camera setup on it back housed in a square setup - a first in the Moto lineup. The 48MP main shooter is joined by an 8MP ultrawide snapper, 5MP macro module and a 2MP depth helper.
Under the hood, we find the Snapdragon 765G chipset paired with 4GB or 6GB RAM and 64/128GB onboard storage which is further expandable via the microSD slot.
The battery comes in at 5,000 mAh and supports 20W fast wired charging.
On the software side, we have the same clean build of Android 10 with some slight Moto enhancements now called My UX. Other notable features include a headphone jack, NFC and splash-resistant design.
The Moto G 5G will be available in Europe starting tomorrow. The phone will be available in blue and purple colors at €349 for the 4/64GB trim. There’s also a 6/128GB version which will go for €399. Motorola is also bringing the phone to Saudi Arabia and the UAE in the coming months.
While the G 5G Plus will skip the US, Motorola promised to bring a sub-$500 5G phone to North America in the fall.
Yes these thin ratios make my eyes wonky!!!! id rather tad wider.
Well, I definitely see your point. And you could make the same point with other budget sizes: My grandma asking for a cheap phone "that works", or my friends getting an iPhone because they don't have a budget restraint and that's ...