Today, the Lenovo-owned company introduced its next-generation Moto G series. The launch includes five models— Moto G200, Moto G71, Moto G51, Moto G41, and Moto G31. All devices operate on Android 11 and pack a 5,000 mAh battery. However, they do differ on major grounds. Let’s check out each handset individually.
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Motorola Moto G200
It is a successor of Moto G100 launched in March this year. The smartphone features a 6.8 inch LCD HDR10 display with a 144Hz refresh rate. Also, the panel is IP52 rated for splash resistance. It draws power from the Snapdragon 888+ chipset paired with 8GB RAM and 128/256 GB of default storage.
In the optics department, the device has a 16MP snapper housed on the front side. While a 108MP primary sensor sits at the back panel along with a 13MP ultra wide-angle camera that also acts as a macro lens and a depth sensor. The device packs a 5,000 mAh battery inside a plastic frame that supports 33W fast charging. As per Motorola, 15 minutes of charging is enough for the device to last for a day.
Price: Moto G200 starts costing from €450, offering a lot of performance for a less budget.
Motorola Moto G71
Motorola Moto G71 has an OLED panel that offers a 6.4” display and 60Hz refresh rate. It supports Dolby Atmos and has an IP52 rated water-repellent design. The 5G smartphone equips Snapdragon 695 under the hood paired with up to 8GB RAM and 128GB of built-in storage.
The Moto G71 5G has a triple rear camera indulging a 50MP main lens, 8MP ultrawide module, and a 2MP macro sensor. It also is backed up by a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 30W of fast charging over a USB-C 2.0 port
Price and availability: The Moto G71 will be available in Europe in a few weeks for €300. This will further be followed by other markets including India, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Motorola Moto G51
The Motorola Moto G51 stands somewhere between G200 and G71. The display is upgraded with a 6.8-inch size and a 120Hz refresh rate. It offers 5G connectivity based on Snapdragon 480+ SoC. The device arrives in two storage variants of 64GB and 128GB which is expandable via a dedicated microSD slot.
The battery level of Moto G51 remains the same while the charging capacity is reduced to 10W. For shooting purposes, it carries a triple camera setup led by a 50MP main camera. The other two lenses include an 8MP ultra-wide snapper and a 2MP sensor to measure depth.
Price and availability: Moto G51 is a pocket-friendly device costing €230 with Dolby Atmos entertainment functions. Initially, the device will launch in Europe followed by India, Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia.
Motorola Moto G41
We can say that the Moto G41 is a budget G71 with no 5G connectivity. The screen remains the same at 6.4 inches OLED with a 60Hz refresh rate. An Helio G85 chipset fuels the device which offers two storage variants— 64GB + 4GB RAM and 128GB + 6GB RAM. But this is expandable so there’s no need to worry about configuration.
For capturing photos, it compromises with a 48MP main camera which is accompanied by an 8MP ultrawide lens which also serves as a macro sensor. But on the standby front, the device provides a longer time with 30W of fast charging support.
Price and availability: The Moto G41 is tagged for €250. The European region will get the device first. Later, it will make way to Latin America and the Middle East.
Motorola Moto G31
Moto G31 fuels the Helio G85 chipset under a 6.4-inch OLED display. The panel offers 1080 pixel resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. Again, it lacks 5G connectivity and has only 4GB RAM against 64 and 128 GB storage variants.
On the camera and battery front, the device resembles Moto G51. It has a 50MP primary shooter and an 8MP ultra-wide sensor while the battery is compromised to support 10W charging.
Price and availability: The Moto G31 is the cheapest of all costing €200. The device will hit Europe India, Latin America, the Middle East, and Asia in a few weeks.