Motorola Moto G10 Power will be available next to the new Motorola Moto G30. Motorola debuts its new entry-level smartphones in India, and the Moto G10 and Moto G30 will be accompanied by this brand new Motorola G10 Power, which is sure to enjoy a longer battery life.
A couple of weeks ago Motorola presented its new Moto G10 and Moto G30 after a rather prolific first step in 2021 in terms of news and leaks, which left us good reasons to keep track of them in the face of a new course in which Motorola wants to conquer the world again.
Tomorrow the new basic smartphones of Motorola, now in the hands of Lenovo, will be released in India, with a surprise in the form of an unprecedented Moto G10 Power that is already a reality and that anticipated following the track of the Indian retailer Flipkart.
The announcement does not anticipate too many details about the hardware of the new G10 Power, which will surely keep the base of the already known Moto G10 of 2021 to add a larger battery capacity and a fast-charging system more capable and performance.
Already in the images published by the Indian retailer, you can see a design quite similar to the “classic” Moto G10, with its front with a centered notch and a textured rear that reveals a quadruple photographic module accompanied by sensors, LED flash, and fingerprint reader.
We already knew the Moto G30, with its Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset and 6.5-inch HD+ IPS display with a 90Hz refresh rate. It will be sold in memory configurations of 4 or 6GB RAM, both with 128GB expandable storage, and features a rear fingerprint reader and a 5,000mAh battery with 20W quick charging.
The camera in its case is also quad, with 64MP sensors, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle, a 2MP macro, and a 2MP depth sensor accompanied by its LED flash and an artificial intelligence system to get more out of them.
Tomorrow they will be released in India, so we will not have to wait long to know all the details of the Moto G10 Power.
Both models will come with Android 11 and Lenovo’s ThinkShield security platform, with specific developments to improve users’ Internet security. It seems that they will seek maximum privacy and full compatibility with business applications, which would allow them to become business phones without major problems.
Unfortunately, we do not know the prices in India so that we have references, but in its presentation, the Moto G30 anticipated a price of around $220 in the configuration of 4GB RAM, while the “normal” G10 price of around $190. Surely the ‘Power’ will be somewhat more expensive, but it will certainly remain in a very attractive range.