I don't even care about Snapdragon 865, that chipset is still relevant for the next 3 or 4 or even 5 years. But I'm not entirely sure about that dual selfie camera design. I'd take a pill-shaped cutout over that tbh. Let's just hope that the second front camera would be an ultrawide camera and not a depth or 3D ToF sensor.
I had a Moto G 4G, those were the days!
Great little device, easy to replace battery, really light Android and the brilliant integrated flip covers that replaced the back panel...loved those, changing between the red, black and slime green/yellow one to match my mood.
The latest devices are nothing like a real Moto G which should be small, simple and great to use - the Pixel a range is closer to what I'd expect.
That dual punch hole is ridiculous.
Eh stupid aspect ratio. Stupid punch holes. Way too big at 6.7 inches (i can barely use the One Fusion with one hand). Besides, software optimisation is the key thing here, not the top tier chipset itself. Moto just wants to price it high hence the use of 865. Just the cheap technique used by all the Chinese companies now Motorola just following the same suit.
I wonder why don't other manufacturers use older flagship SoC in mid range? If the price is right and by right I mean equal or lower than 2020 flagships at current time than it might be worth it
Motorola will probably boost is sell once again if the Desktop software it is just impressive. I will jump in to Moto world once again.
Looks like a 21.5:9 panel.
Forget about Motorola and go for Samsung or Xiaomi.
I guess that will be the ultimate flagship killer. Moreover 16 MP ultrawide are rare at this price point.
Boggy-Stefy, 04 Dec 2020That clean take is zero, if you don't make a good software optimization.
I had a chance... moreIt’s the processor
No matter how they optimize it, it still lagged
Check other phones with the 665 from Sony to Xiaomi and so on
All have lag thanks to the horrible processor
Ooinaru, 04 Dec 2020Paired with Motorolas clean take on android im guessing it's gonna breeze through the UI ... moreThat clean take is zero, if you don't make a good software optimization.
I had a chance to play with a Motorola (I think it was G8 power). It was close to Android stock, let's say. But, the phone had lag each and there (just basic use, scrolling through menus and so on, no games or other stuff). And I compare it with some Samsung and Xiaomi phones from the same price range, I had a worse experience using Motorola.
Of course, the phone was usable. But nowadays, with so many good phones at good prices, coming to market with just an "ok" phone and hoping that people will buy it just because of the brand name, is not a good approach.
That dual-selfie camera looks disgusting.
This phone is pretty londish.. it must be having great features at londish price....
Stop making screens taller. I want a shield for my d in my pocket not a second d.
Paired with Motorolas clean take on android im guessing it's gonna breeze through the UI without any lag
why do these companies think we need two cameras in the front
either you use SD855 or use SD888, just forget the SD865 as we forgot SD810
SD865 is still very capable chipset for 2021. Also, because phones with SD888 will be clearly more expensive than last year phones with SD865 (50-100EUR more).
If they price it correctly it might have a chance. But Motorola software needs to be improve too. Is worst than anything the competition offers (and I am not talking only about software updates).