Motorola Moto G10 Power: a great battery sewn into a budget line phone

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Motorola Moto G10 Power: a great battery sewn into a budget line phone

Motorola’s middle and lower line continues to grow, complementing those gaps that were still empty compared to previous seasons. The Chinese manufacturer had already accustomed us to a Power model with a large battery and an adjusted cost, and we already have it among us: the Motorola Moto G10 Power.

And unsurprisingly, the phone ranks at the lowest end of the brand’s catalog with a Qualcomm 400-series Snapdragon processor, albeit with a large internal battery that also comes with fast charging. Nothing more and nothing less than 6,000 mAh for this Moto G10 Power that we describe below.

Moto G10 Power data sheet

Motorola Moto G10 Power


6.5 inch IPS TFT LCD
HD + at 1,600×720
Ratio 20: 9


Snapdragon 460 at 1.8GHz
GPU Adreno 610


4GB / 64GB
MicroSD up to 1TB

Rear cameras

Main: 48 megapixels f / 1.7
Angular: 8 megapixels f / 2.2
Depth: 2 megapixels f / 2.4
Macro: 2 megapixels f / 2.4

Frontal camera

8 megapixels f / 2.2


6,000 mAh
15W TurboPower fast charging
20W charger included


Android 11


Dual 4G
WiFi 5
Bluetooth 5.0
Headphone jack
USB type C

Dimensions and weight

165.22 x 75×73 x 9.89 mm
200 grams


Rear fingerprint reader
Dedicated button for Google Assistant


About 115 euros to change

A basic line with a great battery


As we said, Motorola has already accustomed us to its Power series phones, equipped with large capacity batteries to honor its surname. The new Moto G10 Power arrives with 6,000 mAh of internal and non-removable battery that also charges at 15W thanks to its patented Turbo Power charge, which includes a charger that reaches up to 20W in the box in which it is delivered.

The chosen processor is the Snapdragon 460 running at 1.8GHz and supported by a single version of RAM and internal storage: 4GB and 64GB that we can expand with a microSD that can reach up to TB. The phone arrives with Android 11 and wrapped in a plastic body to offer us dimensions of 165.22 x 75×73 x 9.89 millimeters and a weight of 200 grams.

As a screen we have a panel 6.5-inch IPS TFT LCD MaxVision with 20: 9 ratio and HD + resolution, which translates to 1,600 x 720 pixels. The fingerprint reader is located on the back of the phone and the set is IP52 certified against splashes. The model is a 4G with dual SIM that also has WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, headphone jack and USB type C port.

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As for cameras, 48 megapixels f / 1.7 rule the back of the Moto G10 Power accompanied by 8 megapixels f / 2.2 with super wide angle lens, 2 megapixels f / 2.4 with macro lens and 2 megapixels f / 2.4 for depth readings. And on the front, on the notch that crowns the screen, 8 megapixels f / 2.2 to complete the set.

Versions and prices of the Moto G10 Power


The new phone has appeared first in India, so we only have the local prices in the country of the Ganges. There it has been put into circulation in blue and purple color, with a single version of RAM and internal storage and at the price of 9,999 rupees, which we can translate for 115 euros at the current exchange rate.

  • Moto G10 Power with 4GB / 64GB: 9,999 rupees or 115 euros to change.

More information | Motorola

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