Motorola added a new member to its portfolio of affordable G-series phones. Say hello to the Moto G20. The latest Motorola borrows many design elements from the Moto G50 and G30, both of which launched earlier this year, with one major exception. The Moto G20 is too damn pink. However, if you’re not a fan of the bright neon color influenced by ’90s pop culture, there is a more subtle Breeze Blue color option on the table too. Motorola says this is its newest offering Now available in a handful of European countries at a price of 149 euros and will soon be available in additional markets.
The screen resolution is only HD +, but at least the refresh rate is a decent 90 Hz
In terms of internal hardware, Motorola designed the Moto G20 with a 6.2-inch HD + display (1600 x 720 pixels) with a waterdrop notch on top and a huge chin on top. Interestingly, despite its low resolution, the screen offers a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The company also took the unconventional route when choosing the processor. Instead of a Qualcomm or MediaTek, Motorola has equipped the phone with a Unisoc T700 processor ticking next to 4 GB of RAM.
Let’s get to the imaging hardware, the The Moto G20 offers a quad camera setup led by a 48-megapixel main snapper. It is accompanied by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, a 2-megapixel depth sensor and another 2-megapixel camera for macro photography. A 13-megapixel front camera takes responsibility for selfies and video calls. Motorola also brings in some camera tricks like night vision, HDR mode, and portrait photography, to name a few.
Moto G20 looks like a compelling package for its price
There is up to 128 GB of onboard storage, which can be expanded via a microSD card with a capacity of up to 1 TB. A 5,000 mAh battery ensures that everything runs smoothlyand supports charging at 10W. The fingerprint sensor is on the back, while Android 11 gets things done on the software side with an almost standard experience.
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