Fitting the budget range, the new Moto G30 and E7 Power come equipped with 5000mAh batteries and 6.5-inch screens.
Probably not as flexible and light as other better rated models, the new Motorola phones are aimed at Android fans looking for a smartphone with a large screen and good autonomy, at a price as low as possible.
The E7 Power comes powered by the MediaTek Helio G25 chip, aided with 4GB of RAM. The phone has 64GB internal storage, 13MP main camera + 2MP macro sensor and 5MP front camera.
Slightly better equipped and more expensive, the Moto G30 comes equipped with the Snapdragon 662 chipset, helped with 6GB of RAM. The phone offers a 64MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide camera, macro sensor and 2MP DoF each. 128GB internal memory can be supplemented by the addition of a microSD card.
The screen with HD + resolution and 6.5 inch diagonal will not provide a great image clarity, but the affordable price makes it easier to overcome this compromise. The frame left around and at the bottom of the screen adds quite a bit to the overall size of the case, the two models not being suitable for those with tight pockets.
Motorola ships the new G30 with the Android 11 system. Unfortunately, the cheaper E7 Power is chosen with the older Android 10.
According to rumors, Moto E7 Power will have a recommended price of 150 euros, entering the offers of stores as one of the most affordable phones with large batteries. Both phones will be available “soon”, the exact details not being communicated by Motorola.
Source: Go4IT by www.go4it.ro.
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