Review Motorola Moto G20 – The front view looks a little classic, because the screen design used is still with a water drop notch, aka it doesn’t have an in-display or punch-hole front camera. The screen has large dimensions at 6.5 inches which is called “Max Vision”. The resolution is HD + standard, but the refresh rate exceeds the average, reaching 90Hz like a gaming smartphone.
The large screen is also paired with a large 5,000 mAh battery capacity. Even though you have used the USB-C port, unfortunately the charging is only limited to 10W, aka it doesn’t support fast charging yet. Motorola claims that the Moto G20 can stream video for up to 12 hours, or access favorite sites for up to 18 hours.
Although affordable, Motorola has embedded four complete camera sensors on the rear body. The main 48MP f / 1.7 sensor supports Quad Pixel 4-in-1, delivering high-quality 12MP photos. While the other three sensors are an 8MP ultra-wide f / 2.2, and two 2MP f / 2.4 macro sensors and a depth sensor. Video recording is capable of up to 1080p 30fps resolution with the addition of EIS.
What is quite interesting is the camera feature, where the Moto G20 supports night mode, “Active photos” for motion effects and “High-res zoom”. The last feature works like the Google Pixel, where the smartphone will take multiple-frame digital zoom photos in one snap, and combine them into one higher-quality photo.
For performance, 4GB RAM is combined with 64 / 128GB internal storage options, and a microSD card up to 1TB can still be added – generally supported by cheap Samsung smartphones like the Galaxy A02. What’s special is the chipset, use the Unisoc T700 octa-core, specially designed for Motorola.
The chip has an eight-core CPU architecture, more specifically 2-core Cortex A75 & 6-core Cortex A55 at 1.8GHz, combined with the Mali G52 850MHz GPU. With a 38% performance increase from the previous Unisoc series, the Moto G20 is considered strong for playing games or running photography and videography features.
Since it was released for the European region first, it’s no wonder that the Moto G20 is also equipped with an NFC sensor. plus a special button that functions as a shortcut to Google’s voice assistant, as well as certain gesture features to turn on the flashlight and access the camera.