Moto G Series- Motorola has revealed 5 new models for the next-generation

Motorola has unveiled 5 new models of the next-generation Moto G series phones. These phones range from mid-range smartphones priced at EUR200 to high-end Snapdragon 888+ models (which won’t break the bank).

Two models have large​​​​​, high-resolution LCDs with high refresh rates. The other three use smaller OLED displays. Although 5,000 mAh batteries power all five models, they can be charged at different rates. Before examining them individually, let’s look at the Android 11 near-stock version (with a set of My UX tools and one major Android OS update).

Moto G Series Phones

Motorola Moto G200 5G

This phone is an improvement in three areas over the Moto G100. The Snapdragon 888+ is the current best offering from Qualcomm. This phone’s chipset powers the entire device. The next-generation chip is not far away, but this phone is priced at EUR450, so you get a lot of performance.

The Motorola Moto G200 5G’s 6.8 inch LCDs have a larger resolution and run at 144Hz (up from 90Hz). This device is one of the most powerful Android smartphones, and it boasts one of Android’s best GPUs. It also supports HDR10 color space and has been certified by HDR10.

It is paired with 8GB LPDDR5 RAM, 128/256GB UFS3.1 storage, and 128/256GB DDR5 RAM. Ready For Motorola’s desktop mode can further enhance this performance. It is described in detail in our G100 review.

The camera department is the final major upgrade. The main module has a 108MP sensor with a 2.1 um effective size pixel when using 9-in-1 and 8K video captures (plus a slow-motion mode at 960 fps). A 13MP ultra-wide-angle camera flanks it with the automatic focus that doubles as a macro and depth sensor. A 16MP selfie camera is located on the front.

The battery is 5,000 mAh and supports 33W fast charging. Motorola claims that 15 minutes of charging will provide enough juice to last the entire day. Although the phone’s frame and back are made of plastic, Motorola tried to make it more glamorous by adding metallic paint on the frame and matte finishes on the back.

In a matter of weeks, the Moto G200 5G will be arriving in Europe. It will also be available in Latin America.

Motorola Moto G71 5G

This compact model has a 6.4-inch display and 1080p+ 60Hz OLED panels. The Snapdragon 695 chipset was only announced a few weeks ago and is now the main focus of the 5G experience. The Snapdragon 695 chipset promises a 15% and 30% increase in CPU performance, respectively, compared to the SD690 chip. It also boasts the enhanced power efficiency of the 6nm node.

The chipset comes standard with 6GB RAM. However, the Indian version will come with 8GB. You also get 128GB built-in storage and a microSD card slot.

Motorola Moto G715G has a 50MP main cam, an 8MP module, and a macro camera on its back. I can only do Video recording at 1080p/60 frames per second.

This battery has a 5,000mAh battery and fast charging (30W) despite its small dimensions. Can achieve The halfway charge in less than an hour. The USB-C port can only be wired for 2.0 connectivity, unlike the G200. It supports Dolby Atmos and is water-repellent (IP52) like the G200.

In Europe, the Moto G71 will be available for EUR300 within a few weeks. The Moto G71 will then launch in India, Latin America, and the Middle East.

Motorola Moto G51 5G

It is a combination of the G200, G71. The Snapdragon 480+ chipset is an overclocked version of the original 480 and offers 5G connectivity. The display support is upgraded, and it can handle 1080p+ resolution at 60fps. It is excellent since the 6.8″ LCD has 1080p+ resolution and runs on 120Hz.

The Moto G51 5G may be a better option if the G200 is too expensive. However, it has a larger display and 5G. This entertainment system is also budget-friendly, thanks to Dolby Atmos. A budget of EUR230 is the most common.
The G71 camera is a 50MP primary camera with an 8MP ultra-wide (with a 1080p/60fps resolution limit on video) and a 2MP macro. Base storage is 64GB. If you need more, there are options for 128GB and microSD slots.

The phone’s screen is a large 5″ and has a 5,000mAh capacity battery. However, it takes 10W to charge. The phone’s IP52 rating is for splash resistance.
G51 will launch in Europe first and then expand to India, Latin America, and Asia.

Motorola Moto G41

The G51 was a budget G200, while the Moto G41 was a budget G71. It means that the Moto G41 has the same 6.4 inch OLED display with 1080p+ resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, and the same 6.4″ OLED screen. It cost EUR250 but was slightly less expensive.

The phone’s Helio G85 chipset powers it, so there is no 5G. This chip comes with either 4GB or 6GB RAM and 64/128GB built-in storage. There is also a MicroSD slot.

It is similar to the other cameras, with a 48MP primary camera and an 8MP ultrawide sensor (plus a macro mode), 1080p/30 fps recording. Like the other cameras, it has Dolby Atmos as well as an IPX2 rating. The 5,000 mAh battery charges at 30W, which is significantly faster than the G51.

Soon, the Moto G41 will become available in Europe. Latin America and the Middle East will follow.

Motorola Moto G31

It features the same OLED display of 6.4 inches (1080p+ at 60Hz) as the G71 and an IPX2 rating. The phone does not support 5G as it is built on the same Helio G85 chipset that powers the G41 (4GB RAM, 64/128GB storage, and a microSD card slot).

The camera is comparable to the G71 model, with a 50MP primary cam and an 8MP ultra-wide (1080p/30fps) video recording. The 5,000 mAh battery takes 10W to charge and is not fast.
The Motorola Moto G31 is the most affordable of the bunch at EUR200. It will be available in Europe within a few weeks.

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