Motorola announced on Thursday (22) the international launch of the Moto G20, just hours after the leak of practically all of its technical data sheet. The cell phone is another one of the many intermediaries of the company launched this year, with a quad camera at the rear, 90 Hz screen and battery that promises to last more than a full day in the owner’s hand.
The Moto G20 is more of an intermediary smartphone carrying the company’s famous name on its back, but here focusing on an audience less affluent or unwilling to pay so much for a smartphone – it is more for a Moto E than for a Moto G. In specs the new phone is basically a copy of everything that was already presented with the Moto G10 at the end of February this year.
This means the presence of a 6.5-inch LCD screen, with HD + resolution and a refresh rate set at 90 Hz, occupying 87% of the front of the device with the top cut out for the drop-shaped notch and which houses a 13 megapixel front camera. At the back, while the Moto G10 uses a textured plastic cover, the G20 adopts a cleaner look, but keeping the same material – it is present even on the sides.
Still at the rear are the four cameras in a cluster separating the main sensor with 48 megapixels resulting in images of 12 megapixels by joining four points in one for more light and details, the secondary for ultrawide photos of 8 megapixels and a double of two megapixels for macro shots and measuring distance in records with blurred background. All components of this location shoot up to Full HD at 30 frames per second.
On one side, a dedicated Google Assistant button helps you use the feature without necessarily speaking the activation phrase. The whole set is IP52 certified to ensure the Moto G20’s survival when the first drops of rain arrive by surprise.
The battery is 5,000 mAh and the device comes with a charger, USB-C cable and headset in the box, with standard P2 input of 3.5 mm. At least in the intermediaries, these accessories continue to exist.
Managing everything is an eight-core Unisoc T700 chip, with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB for storage. Android 11 comes installed at the factory and with a traditional interface already used by practically all cell phones sold by Motorola, which delivers a pure Android experience typical of Pixel devices.
An important detail is exactly in the version of the operating system, since Android 11 is the version installed on the recent Moto G10 and this smartphone will not receive future updates. This attention may or may not be taken to your almost twin brother.
When and how much?
The Moto G20 is now available for sale in some European countries in two colors (blue and pink), with a suggested price of 170 euros. There is still no information about the launch in Brazil – it should happen, since we received all the other models in this line.
Motorola Moto G20 – specs
- Screen: 6.5 inch TFT LCD with HD + resolution (1,600 x 720 pixels) and 90 Hz refresh rate;
- Processor: Unisoc T700 octa-core up to 1.8 GHz;
- RAM: 4 GB;
- Internal storage: 64 GB or 128 GB (with microSD expansion of up to 1 TB);
- Frontal camera: 13 megapixels (f / 2.2), record videos in Full HD at 30 fps
- Rear cameras:
- Main: 48 megapixels (f / 1.7);
- Ultrawide: 8 megapixels (f / 2.2) with 118 degree field of view;
- Depth: 2 megapixels (f / 2.4) with 83 degree field of view;
- Macro: 2 megapixels (f / 2.4);
- Full HD video recording at 30 fps;
- Drums: 5,000 mAh with traditional 10 watt charging;
- Connectivity: 4G, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, NFC, GPS (A-GPS, LTEPP, SUPL, GLONASS, Galileo), USB-C 2.0 and 3.5 mm headphone jack by ear;
- Dimensions (mm): 165.22 x 75.73 x 9.14 mm;
- Operational system: Android 11
- Weight: 200 grams
With information: Motorola.