With its new moto g30 and moto g10, Motorola announces the arrival of two new smartphones which will thus expand the g range. Smartphones that do not exceed 200 € and that will take great photos.
So Motorola has accustomed us for some time to offering us mid-range smartphones at attractive prices. And to be branded it relies on its “g” range. We have also had the opportunity in recent months to test several models of this range: the G8 Power, where the Moto G 5G Plus. And more recently the G9 Plus.
Indeed, rather than typing in the very expensive top of the range which is generally reserved for the most geek, Motorola prefers to play the card of the telephone of good quality with a good quality / price ratio. In any case, this is the impression that the brand has given us for months with the release of its various smartphone models.
And the brand on this point is holding up pretty well. Remember, we had the opportunity to test quite a few models from this motorcycle range and they have always given us a good impression.
To reread:Test: Motorola Moto G 5G Plus.
moto g30, un APN de 64 MP!
With this new moto g30, Motorola wants to offer a smartphone at a good price that offers good quality for taking pictures. To do this, the phone is equipped with a 64 MP APN. The phone also uses Quad Pixel technology to provide crisp and vibrant images.
In addition, this 64 MP, wide-angle sensor is accompanied by an 8 MP, f / 2.2, ultra-wide-angle sensor, a 2 MP sensor, f / 2.4, Macro mode, and a 2 MP sensor , f / 2.4. Among the other specificities, we note the presence at the front of a 13 MP sensor.
Connectivity packed for this moto g30.
So, of course, for a mid-range smartphone, we are not entitled to all the latest standards. For example, this newcomer is still part of 4G smartphones. We will probably have to wait for the next edition to be entitled to a smartphone that will offer 5G. However, it still offers a good package with dual-band a / b / g / n / ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0. Note in passing that it is also equipped with NFC. Which will be useful for those who want to make contactless payments with their smartphone.
However, no induction charge on this model. It will be necessary to use the USB C Fast charge port which offers a power of 20W. Well this is not dramatic in itself, but it is true that charging by induction is becoming more and more interesting. Especially for those who have a recent vehicle. In fact, more and more manufacturers are offering a “storage” space in their car for the smartphone that allows you to charge your phone by simply putting it down.
This is also the case at Toyota with the all new Toyota Mirai, which switch to hydrogen.
Price and availability.
The moto g30 will be offered for € 199. It will be available from March.