Motorola Moto G 5G! 😳Worth Review? 🤨😈

Review 76: 28.01.2021 at 00:00 am

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With the start of 2021, this is the cheapest 5G-enabled device. It is the Moto G 5G form Motorola. The device has a strange name, isn’t that true? 😂

Always your coffee and enjoy with us before you go shopping this device, you should visit your uncle OTTO before buying any electronics devices, so welcome to this new review by OTTO Magazin, It is the cheapest 5G-enabled device since the start of the year. I bought it so that I could review and check how 5G-enabled devices will be cheaper in 2021.

I expect that during this year, we’ll see 5G-enabled devices that will cost 200 USD, It is expected that there will be 5G-enabled devices that will cost 150 USD only. And that’s how we know that 5G technology will be very popular in 2022.

Let me introduce you to this device to know whether it is worth it or not,

Let me start with the design:

The device is made from plastic, The back is shiny and has a square bump to house the rear cameras. In the middle, there’s a Motorola logo.

The logo houses the fingerprint sensor. The front is nearly a full screen. There’s a small circular hole punch to house the front facing camera.

The device weighs 212g and its thickness is 9.9mm. The Moto G 5G device comes with a Snapdragon 750G CPU. The CPU comes with 8 cores and is built on 8nm architecture.

The GPU is the Adreno 619 and it supports 5G technology. In Geekbench 5, the CPU scored 639 points for the single core and 1469 points for multicores. the CPU performance is ranked among other competitors reviewed on the channel.

PUBG game stated with high settings and offered good smoothness. The device supports Game Time mode. It offers a number of features to enhance the gaming experience.

These features include taking a screenshot, blocking calls and messages notifications among others. And as I mentioned, the battery is 5000mAh. It also supports fast charging with 20W.

According to Motorola, charging the device for 15 minutes will give you 10 hours of usage. But of course, it depends on your usage. The screen is 6.7 with FHD+ 2400×1080 resolution.

The screen is LTPS, It supports HDR10 and comes with 394ppi density, It supports 60Hz refresh rate, and for this price, it offers good capabilities, especially with the screen and others.

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Let me now go back to reviewing this new device from Motorola:

Let me continue with this dazzling device that comes with 3 rear cameras. The main one is 48MP with quad-pixel technology.

The second is the 8MP Ultra Wide camera. The third is the 2MP Macro camera. The front facing camera is 16MP with quad-pixel support, too.

Let me now discuss the photography experience:

The main camera provide good-detailed photos. The colors are saturated but sometimes, they’re warm, other times, they’re cold depending on the device’s color processing, The Ultra Wide angle offers 118 degree of view with very good details. It does its job well.

The colors are saturated, and like the main cameras sometimes, they’re cold, other times, they’re warm. The device supports 8x digital zoom using the main camera.

And as usual, the quality will be normal, since this kind of zoom depends on the software.

In portrait photos, the isolation is satisfactory. The results are very good sometimes, especially if they’re portrait of humans. The results also vary de[ending on the angle and light.

In general, portrait photos are satisfactory. Always face the light when taking a photo. The device supports shooting videos with 4K@30fps. It offers good quality, and the shakiness is acceptable.

The front facing camera shoots slo-mo videos with 720p@240fps. The front facing camera takes good-detailed photos.

In general, the results are satisfactory. Portrait photos using the front facing camera are change depending on the angle. But in general, it does its job. This is how the 16MP front facing camera perform.

Always make sure that you’re facing the light. There’s a light source behind me.

Let me now go to a different settings. The light always has an affect:

Let me go back to facing the light to show your the quality. There’s a huge difference. use the light in your advantage.

The Moto G 5G comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage. It also supports 2 SIM cards or one SIM card and an SD card up to 1TB. The device runs Android 10 with My UX UI on top of it from Motorola. The UI is smooth and light and it is very close to the stock Android experience.

The UI supports different shortcuts such as opening the camera app by twisting your hand twice. Or turning on the flash light by shaking the device twice. There are way more gestures and shortcuts. By the way the device comes with the Google Play Store and it fully supports Google services.

The device supports bluetooth 5.1 and dual band WiFi. It also supports NFC and is compatible with Mada Pay services.

You can also benefit from using STC Pay services on it, too. As I previously mentioned, the fingerprint sensor is on the back and after experimenting with it, it offers high smoothness and responsiveness. It also supports unlocking using the front facing camera. But it uses a picture instead of dedicated 3D sensors.

Since it is not secure, I don’t advise relying on it.

There’s also a dedicated Google Assistant button for easier access. The box contains a clear cover, fast charger compatible with your country’s outlets a charging cable and a 3.5mm headphones.

The Moto G 5G is available, and it costs 266 USD, and 218 Euros when the day this review was written.

Let me now summarize my experience with this device:😈

First of all, it comes with a 5000mAh battery, which is excellent. It also supports 20W charging speeds, which is great. It supports 5G technology, which is the main feature of this device.

Gaming performance is satisfactory, and sometimes, it is even excellent considering the specs of the device.,What I don’t like about it is the build quality.

Hopefully Motorola focuses on the build quality as Nokia has devices from the same price category but with better build quality. The second thing is the hopefully the camera performance will increase.

We’ve faced a number of problems while using the cameras such as app crashing. Hopefully the fix this with a new software update.

As you’ve noticed, the camera performance is a bit unstable. This has been my full review of the Moto G 5G device.

All due respect to Motorola, who bring good specs with excellent prices. This is the end of this review.

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