Motorola’s on the trot of launching back-to-back budget smartphones with amazing specs. Last week they unveiled the Moto G60 and G40 Fusion in India, and today the firm has set its eye on the entry-level market with the Moto G20.
The phone costs €149 (around NPR 22,000 in Nepal) on Flamingo Pink and Breeze Blue color options. Although the design looks a bit dated given how other phones with the same price tag have evolved over time, Motorola couldn’t care less about its aesthetics, instead, it has gone with well-rounded specs.
To start off, there’s a 6.5-inch LED panel with 1600 x 720-pixel resolution that offers a 90Hz refresh rate, which is one of the major highlights of the phone. The phone has a Unisoc T700 octa-core chip with 4GB of RAM and either 64GB or 128GB of onboard storage. You’ll get a microSD card slot as well.
Keeping the lights on is a 5,000mAh battery which Motorola says will last up to two days of usage. After the battery runs, you can charge it via a 10W charging system.
At the back is a quad-camera setup with a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide, and two 2MP macro and depth helpers. The selfie shooter sits at 13MP in the teardrop notch.
You also get Wi-Fi 5 support, NFC, and Bluetooth 5.0. On top of that, the Moto G20 also brings a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, a rare 3.5mm headphone jack, and Android 11 out of the box.
Moto G20 Price and Availability
The Moto G20 is currently on sale in “select European countries” and will hit other regions in the coming weeks. As for Nepal, since there’s an official distributor in the blocks, expect this budget-oriented device to launch here sooner or later.