Motorola launched the Moto G8 Plus in the fall of 2019. The phone is already available for a while but it's only now making it to the Middle East-Africa region under a new name - Motorola One Vision Plus.
This is exactly the same Snapdragon 665-powered phone with 4 GB RAM, but instead of 64GB of storage, the company doubled it - it is now 128 GB.
This phone comes with 6.3” LCD, with the fingerprint scanner being on the back. There is a 4,000 mAh battery inside with 15W TurboPower charging, although Motorola ships an 18W charger in the retail box. Other specs include a 48MP main cam, 25MP selfie shooter in a waterdrop notch, FM radio, 3.5 mm audio jack - everything you might want from a midranger.
The phone, offered in both Cosmic Blue and Crystal Pink, will be shipped by the end of this week for Prime members. It is over 30% cheaper than what it costs in Europe - Amazon has it discounted from AED749 down AED699 ($190/€168).
No doubt...I've got the Moto g6 plus, it's got 4gb ram 64gb internal, and octacore processors with the snapdraggon 665, correct me if I'm wrong but those are literally identical numbers to the go plus!! You have to be kidding. They hav...
My experience of double simcard in Motorola are positive. It seams that its Android that manage the different card. You can put different colours in each card, provider, and after you starts calling and text to people the phone learns what card t...
With Motorola it's another month another model All so much the same. Motorola is just confusing its loyal followers with rubbish releases without actually producing any thing new. Why same features under many different names just stupid