After many leaks Motorola has presented two new mid-range terminals, both from the Moto G family. The first of them, and the most basic, is the Moto G10, a terminal that by price reminds the original Moto G.
Moto G10 Features
- Processor: Snapdragon 460.
- Internal: 64/128 GB.
- Size: 6.5 inches.
- Resolution: 1600 x 720 pixels.
- LCD technology.
- Rear cameras.
- Main sensor: 48 Mpx f / 1.7.
- Ultra wide angle: 8 Mpx f / 2.2.
- Macro: 2 Mpx f / 2.4.
- Depth sensor: 2 Mpx f / 2.4.
- Front camera: 8 Mpx f / 2.2.
- Connectivity:4G / LTE, Bluetooth 5, dual 802.11 WiFi.
- USB-C connector.
- Fingerprint sensor on the side.
- 3.5mm headphone jack.
- 5,000 mAh.
- 10W fast charge.
- Android version: 11.
- Dimensions: 165 x 75.7 x 9.2 mm.
- Weight: 200 g.
A simple mobile, very simple
The Moto G have been mid-range mobiles but this Moto G10 points, by specifications and price, to the entry range.
The processor is a Snapdragon 460 and has 4 GB of RAM in its two versions, one with 64 GB of memory and another with double, 128 GB.
The screen is 6.5 inches and has a small notch at the top, no drilling. The resolution is HD + and its refresh rate is 60 Hz. Come on, the basics.
The front camera is 8 Mpx and behind we have four, a main 48 Mpx, a wide angle of 8 Mpx and two 2 Mpx, a macro and a depth measurement camera.
The battery is 5000 mAh and has a 10W charge, which at this point we can hardly consider fast charging. Of course, it comes with Android 11, being the first Motorola to have it as standard.
The fingerprint sensor is maintained, in the back area, the physical button to launch the Google assistant, the IP52 certification or the headphone jack. And curiously it will have NFC, which enables mobile payments.
Price and availability
This Motorola Moto G10 will go on sale in two versions. The most basic, with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory will cost 159 euros and the one with more storage has not yet an official price.
It will go on sale on March 17 in Spain.
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