Review Motorola Moto G Power – In addition to releasing the Moto G Stylus smartphone, Motorola also launched another Moto G smartphone, the Moto G Power. As the name implies, this smartphone has a battery with a large capacity.
Moto G Power has a physical appearance that is still the same as the Moto G Stylus. It has a minimal bezel screen, with a slightly thicker ‘chin’ section and a hole in the upper left corner of the screen to load the front camera.
On the back of this smartphone is given the body of the 6000 series aluminum there is the Motorola logo, which also functions as a fingerprint scanner sensor. Unfortunately there is only one color choice, namely Smoke Black.
Moto G Power has hardware specifications that are still something like the Moto G Stylus, it’s just that the memory is smaller. It is equipped with a IPS screen of 6.4 inch with Full HD 1080p resolution, Snapdragon 665 processor, 4GB RAM, and 64GB of internal memory which can still be added with a microSD slot.
Moto G Power has three rear cameras. The main camera has a 16MP resolution with f / 1.7 aperture, then there is a 2MP resolution macro lens with f / 2.2 resolution, and an 8MP resolution ultra-wide angle lens with a f / 2.2 aperture and 118 ° FoV.
16MP resolution front camera with f / 2.0 aperture, which already supports Quad Pixel technology. Various camera features also provided by Motorola, such as video recording support up to 4K resolution, screen flash, face beauty, manual mode, to portrait mode.
Moto G Power already uses a USB type-C connector, but it doesn’t have an NFC connection. However, this smartphone has other features such as Dolby audio technology, Moto Experiences and Moto Gametime features.
Moto G Power runs Android 10 Pie OS. While the battery is 5000 mAh, which is claimed to last up to 3 days and supports fast charging of 10W.