Motorola has just launched its two newest G series smartphones in the European market.
The models in question are the Moto G04 and Moto G24, which were recently spotted in leaks and certifications.
Both phones offer the latest Android 14 operating system, 5,000 mAh batteries, and lightweight plastic frames. This is what makes them attractive options in the affordable smartphone segment.
With a fairly affordable price tag, both offer 90Hz screens in the entry-level class, tempting consumers on a limited budget.
In terms of specifications, the Moto G04 and Moto G24 have a number of similarities. This duo of cellphones has a 6.6 inch IPS LCD screen with HD Plus resolution and a refresh rate of 90 Hz.
Moto G04 and Moto G24 also have a number of differences in specifications, for example in terms of design, camera, chipset, color choices, and so on. Following are the details.
The Moto G04 is positioned as a more affordable model than the Moto G24. In the photography sector, the Moto G04 is equipped with a 16 MP resolution camera and an LED flash. The camera and LED flash are positioned vertically in a rectangular module.
Turning to the front of the cellphone, there is a punch hole module which contains a 5 MP selfie camera. This punch hole is placed in the top center of the screen.
The Moto G04 is powered by a 12 nm fabricated Unisoc T606 System-on-Chip (SoC). This eight-core (octa-core) chipset includes two Cortex-A75 cores (1.6 GHz clockspeed) and six Cortex-A55 cores (1.6 GHz clockspeed).
The graphics processing unit (GPU) used is Mali-G57 MP1. The SoC is then accompanied by 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage media.
Users can expand RAM up to 4 GB or 8 GB by utilizing the virtual RAM feature. The Moto G04 is supported by a jumbo battery with a capacity of 5,000 mAh with fast charging technology with a capacity of 10 Watts.