Moto G Power Price, Battery Life, Performance, And Everything You Need To Know About The Phone

Aadhya Khatri - Nov 24, 2020


Moto G Power Price, Battery Life, Performance, And Everything You Need To Know About The Phone

Moto G Power price makes it an exceptional phone. it's retailed for Rs. 17,890 in India and with that sum of money, you can easily have a 2-day battery life

Moto G Power price makes it an exceptional phone. Motorola sells this smartphone for $250 (Rs. 17,890 in India) and with that sum of money, you are in for a mammoth 5,000mAh battery, 64GB of onboard storage, and RAM of 4GB.

Motor G Power Specs

Display 6.4-inch IPS LCD
Rear camera  16 MP, f/1.7 (primary)

2 MP, f/2.2 (macro)

8 MP, f/2.2 (ultra-wide)

8 MP, f/2.2 (telephoto)

Front camera  16 MP, f/2.0
Battery  Li-Po 5000 mAh
Chipset  Qualcomm SDM665 Snapdragon 665
RAM  4GB
Storage  64GB
OS  Android 10

Price And Availability

Confusingly, the Moto G Power is the phone’s name used in the U.S, in Europe and some other countries like India, it’s known as the G8 Power.

Moto G Power price in India is expected to be Rs. 17,890 and the phone will be released on November 26.

Moto G Power price
Moto G Power price in India is expected to be Rs. 17,890

If you can’t stomach this price, Motor G Power Lite is retailed for Rs 9,990 and can be a more budget-friendly substitute.

Design And Display

Let’s start this Motor G Power review with the look of the phone.

Motorola needs a larger phone to house that large battery so prepare for a substantial phone if you intend to shell out some budget for one.

The Moto G Power’s thickness is 0.9cm while its weight is 198g. On the bright side, the size and the weight exude an aura of quality that you can hardly find on any other budget phones.

The battery isn’t the only part that contributes to the weight of the phone. Moto G Power price affords you a 6.4-inch screen with an aspect ratio of 19.17:9. It’s large but not exceptionally large for the price bracket. Both the Galaxy A50 and M30 feature 6.4-inch screens.

The display is bright and vibrant enough to be legible under sunlight. If you want an OLED panel, you will be better off with a budget offering from Samsung. However, most users will be just fine with what the G Power can do.

Motorola’s quirky design is nowhere to be found on this phone, instead, it has an elegant look that is becoming common, and boring. The plastic back is glossy, subtle, and shiny, kind of like any other phones releasing recently.

Moto G Power design
Motorola’s quirky design is nowhere to be found on this phone, instead, it has an elegant look that is becoming common, and boring

The fingerprint scanner makes an appearance on this phone and it’s reliable and quick.

Port-wise, you get a headphone jack and USB-C, so no complaint here.

Battery Life

Given the Moto G Power price, the battery life you get is superb.

The 5,000mAh power cell promises as much as 72 hours of operation. Nowadays, such a large battery isn’t hard to find. Some other phones that have the same cell are Samsung Galaxy M30, Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, and Asus ZenFone 6.

Motorola Moto G Power
The 5,000mAh power cell promises as much as 72 hours of operation

The point here is all of these above smartphones are more expensive than the G Power. For example, the ZenFone 6 is retailed for $500 while the Galaxy S20 Ultra is, well, a premium phone with a hefty price tag.

Outstanding battery life is nice to have, given the Moto G Power price, but two-day use is a bit too much because charging a phone overnight is something most of us can easily do.

Performance

Motor G Power runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 octa-core chipset paired with Qualcomm Adreno 610 GPU, a perfect package for a budget phone in 2020.

Overall, performance isn’t exactly an issue. Apps open quickly and run well; you will rarely experience lag or stutter switching from one app to another.

Motorola Moto G8 Power performance
Overall, performance isn’t exactly an issue

The only area where we noticed a problem is when we scrolled down a long list of content or visiting websites that have too many intrusive elements or too much heavy animation.

Still, given the Moto G Power price, comparing the phone with iPhone 11 or Pixel 4 is just silly. The Motorola phone does it is supposed to do and can handle everyday tasks well.

This phone isn’t exactly something a hardcore gamer should add to their arsenal but if you are looking for a versatile option, it is right up your alley. It can handle Call of Duty: Mobile well but titles like Asphalt 9? Not so much.

These games are playable but you will have to deal with stutters and a frame rate lower than 30FPS.

Audio Quality

The tuned by Dolby stereo speakers are located on either side of the phone when it’s held horizontally.

Sounds are clear and loud but there is too little bass. However, users may find that they get by just fine in rooms with little ambient noise.

Camera Quality

Despite the Moto G Power price, Motorola brings its A-game to making the cameras of the phone. The setup consists of a 16MP primary snapper, an 8MP/118 field of view ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP macro shooter. On the other side, the phone features a 16MP selfie camera.

Moto G Power cameras
Despite the Moto G Power price, Motorola brings its A-game to making the cameras of the phone

The 8MP ultra-wide camera is the star of the show here. Such a snapper is rare, given the Moto G Power price. The snapper comes in handy when shooting a tight space or a landscape.

The primary camera is common in this price bracket. There isn’t much sharpness and vibrancy to be found in pictures captured by the 16MP shooter, but they are balanced and neutral.

With great lighting, the quality is decent but falls downhill fast in darker environments.

The 2MP macro allows you to zoom in as long as you are ok with the loss of sharpness and color balance.

The selfie camera works well given you have enough light around. If you have some skills, your selfie can still look great.

Software

The phone runs on Android 10 with no bloatware out of the box.

The Moto Action is present here and it’s fun to use. It allows you to execute certain features with your hand gestures. For example, twisting your wrist twice and you will open the camera app.

​>>> Moto G Power Announced: Snapdragon 665 SoC & 5,000mAh Battery

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