Motorola announced Moto G10 Power, it has big battery, fast charging, four lenses, and a tight price tag, so here is its price, specs and release date. After premiering the Moto G10 (and Moto G30) line last month, variants with different surnames are starting to arrive. The first of these is the Moto G10 Power which, as its name suggests, is a model with a larger battery.
On the other fronts, the Moto G10 Power presents few changes to the normal model. We have an entry-level handset with Snapdragon 460, 6.5 HD+ display, and 48MP quad-camera.
Moto G10 Power specs
|Moto G10 Power|
HD + LCD
|Dimensions and weight||165.22 x 75.73 x 9.89mm
MicroSD up to 1TB
|Front camera||8MP f / 2.2|
|Rear camera||48MP f / 1.7
8MP f / 2.2 UGA
2MP f / 2.4 macro
2MP f / 2.4 bokeh
15W quick charge
|Operating system||Android 11|
|Others||Rear fingerprint reader
Google Assistant button
An entry-level smartphone with a big battery
There are times when the last names of the phones do not make much sense, but this time the concept is clear. The Moto G10 Power is a Moto G10 with more power or, at least, greater battery capacity. From the 5,000mAh of the Moto G10 (which is not bad either), we move to a capacity of 6,000mAh.
The advantage is that, in addition to having more battery, it also charges faster, or at least fast. The Moto G10 had standard 10W charging, while the Moto G10 Power supports 15W quick charging, including in the box the 20W charger. The charging connector is USB-C, which is always welcome in the entry-level range.
Other than that, we have pretty much the same entry range we met in February. Inside it features the Snapdragon 460, with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. Upfront, it incorporates a 6.5-inch, HD+ resolution LCD, which includes the front camera in a teardrop-shaped notch.
Behind, it has a module for rectangular cameras where four lenses are included, the main one with 48MP and f/1.7 aperture. It is accompanied by an 8MP wide-angle, a 2MP macro sensor, and a fourth 2MP sensor for portrait mode.
The finishes of the Moto G10 are the same as the other models in the series, with a wavy design on the back, where the fingerprint reader is incorporated. The handset has a dedicated button to launch Google Assistant, has Android 11 barely unmodified, and boasts IP52 certification.
Moto G10 Power models, price and release date
The Moto G10 Power is official, for the moment, in India. There it is available in a single 4+64GB version and purple and blue colors. Its official price is 9,999 Indian rupees, which converts to $137.