Moto G Pure is a $160 cellphone out there nearly in every single place within the US


The most recent machine in Lenovo’s Moto G line is the Moto G Pure, a low-end $159.99 cellphone coming to the US and Canada.

Specs embrace a 6.5-inch, 1600×720 LCD; a MediaTek Helio G25 (that is eight Cortex A53 CPUs constructed on a 12 nm course of); 3GB of RAM; 32GB of storage; and a 4000 mAh battery. There is a microSD slot—which can most probably be wanted, because the cellphone has solely 32GB of storage—and a headphone jack. The digital camera bump on the again is doing its finest flagship impression, however when it comes to {hardware}, you are getting one 13 MP digital camera, a 2 MP “depth sensor,” and an LED flash. The entrance digital camera is 5 MP.

The physique is all plastic. The entrance has a teardrop digital camera notch with an enormous chin on the button, however once more, the cellphone is affordable. The Motorola brand on the again can be a fingerprint reader, which is a pleasant contact. The cellphone helps 2.4 and 5 GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac and Bluetooth 5, however sadly, there is no NFC. The USB-C port helps 10 W charging, and the cellphone comes with Android 11.

Motorola is superb at distributing these low-cost telephones within the US, and it has an extended listing of companions. For now, there are solely US launch particulars; the cellphone might be bought at Greatest Purchase, Walmart, B&H Picture, Amazon,, and Verizon on October 14. Motorola says the cellphone might be out there for T-Cellular, Metro by T-Cellular, AT&T, Cricket, US Mobile, Shopper Mobile, Increase Cellular, Xfinity Cellular, Spectrum Cellular, and Republic Wi-fi “within the coming months.”


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