Motorola has released the Moto G8 Power. The phone has a 5000mAh battery that, according to the company, can last at least two days. The device can be purchased from spring for 230 euros.
The Moto G8 Power falls into the cheaper category of Motorola phones. The device runs on an octa-core Snapdragon 65 processor and has 4GB of memory. The device also has 128GB of storage. The device has three camera lenses on the back. This is a camera with 16 megapixels, and an 8MP camera with an ultra-wide-angle lens of 118 degrees. The device also has a 2MP sensor with a macro lens that can focus on objects that are two centimeters away from the lens. The phone’s display has a 19: 9 ratio, and is 6.4 “in size with an FHD + resolution of 2300×1080.
The phone has a battery that is a quarter larger than that of its predecessor. The battery is 5000mAh, and can also be charged quickly via TurboPower with 15W. The phone comes with Android 10. Although Motorola says it delivers the phone ‘bloatware-free’, Moto Experiences is on it. The phone is for sale in some European countries in March and costs 230 euros.