Motorola has released a large number of phones and smartphones throughout the years, but the affordable devices made by the company have become a major hit among users, with the G-line G Stylus, G Power, and G Fast being the stars.
The new Motorola One 5G packs the bleeding edge connectivity standard in a smartphone with great looks and a selection of handy features that will please most users. While known as One 5G in the US the device is sold under the name of Motorola G 5G in Europe.
Loaded with features
Users who love to stream media content will enjoy a 6.7-inch panel with a Full HD resolution. At the heart of the device resides a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765, which is also found on more expensive smartphones like the LG Velvet ad Samsung Galaxy A71.
There is also a 5,000 mAh battery with TurboPower charging, six camera sensors, and a headphone jack for those who prefer wired audio accessories. A notable plus for potential US buyers is the presence of NFC, which has been missing in the case of other affordable Motorola smartphones that were released in the country.
Smile for the camera
Of course, some sacrifices had to be made to keep the price tag below $500. The panel of the device is an LCD, which uses a bit more power. A polycarbonate cover is present on the rear and it comes with 4GB of RAM while most devices in the price range have at least 6.
However, with four cameras present on the rear, the device offers a superb performance while shooting photos or videos, with a major boon being a macro sensor surrounded by a flash ring. Two selfie cameras are present on the front, and all of them are enhanced by an AI, which can improve images.
The device is already available in Europe and will be available soon in the US.