• - Introducing Moto G Pure - the cheapest, most expensive Motorola smartphone

    Introducing Moto G Pure - the cheapest, most expensive Motorola smartphone
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    By 2021, all Motorola smartphones (except the Motorola Edge) will be priced at $ 500 or less. The company's most economical handsets are also produced in the G series. Motorola apparently intends to continue the process of producing its economical handsets. Motorola - now owned by Lenovo - unveiled its latest G-Series smartphone, the Moto G Pure, on Thursday, October 7, 2021. The Moto G Pure is the company's most affordable G-Series device, and we can even call it the cheapest Motorola smartphone, as it's $ 159.99, even $ 10 cheaper than the Moto G Play. Introducing Moto G Pure - the cheapest, most expensive Motorola smartphone

    Motorola is a master of combining the specifications and features of phones with each other. The Moto G Pure is no exception and inherits a share from each of the G series smartphones (although it is more similar to the Moto G Play). Like many other G-Series devices, Motorola's new smartphone is a 4G phone (which is not necessarily a bad thing). In the following, we will get more acquainted with the new Motorola product.

    The Moto G Pure measures 8.75 x 75.63 x 167.36 mm and weighs 188 grams. The plastic body may not look great, but the resistance to water droplets (thanks to the degree of protection IP52) and the design of water repellent or water repellent are the positive points of the body of this device. The Moto G Pure is available in Deep Indigo only, with the Motorola logo on the back of the device. Introducing Moto G Pure - the cheapest, most expensive Motorola smartphone

    Like the Moto G Play, here we have a 6.5-inch IPS. The resolution of this display - which carries the Max Vision brand - is HD Plus (equivalent to 720 1600 pixels) and has a density of 269ppi, which, of course, seems a bit low for 2021. This display has a 20: 9 aspect ratio and covers 81% of the body surface. There are a lot of margins (especially in the lower part or chin), which of course is quite normal in this price range. Introducing Moto G Pure - the cheapest, most expensive Motorola smartphone

    The most important difference between Moto G Play and Moto G Pure are related to their processing. Unlike the 11-nanometer Snapdragon 460 chip in the Moto G Play, Motorola has turned to the 12-nanometer Helio G25 chipset (MediaTek) in the Moto G Pure. 8 Cortex-A53 processor cores (with a maximum clock speed of 2 GHz) and PowerVR GE8320 GPU (with a frequency of 650 MHz) are the main components of this chip. Just like the Moto G Play, here we have only one configuration: 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage space (expandable with micro Asudi up to another 512 GB).

    The Moto G Pure camera department (compared to the Moto G Play) hasn't changed much either, as the back of the device has a 13-megapixel main camera (at f/2.2 compared to f/2.0 on the G Play) And a 2-megapixel (f/2.4) depth-of-field camera, and a 5-megapixel (f/2.4) selfie camera at the top of the screen. Due to Motorola's reputation for equipping the camera with interesting and useful software, here too you can have a better photography experience by using various capabilities - including Spot Color, Smart Compose, Auto Smile Capture, etc. Portrait mode, HDR, Professional mode, Live filters, Google Lens and Panorama mode are the other main camera features of this collection. Both front and rear cameras can shoot at full HD resolution at 30 frames per second. Needless to say, instead of the square module, the Moto G Pure rear cameras and LED flash are arranged in a vertically arranged module. Introducing Moto G Pure - the cheapest, most expensive Motorola smartphone

    The battery capacity of the Moto G Pure has been significantly reduced from 5,000 to 4,000 mAh, compared to the Moto G Play battery. The battery is charged with a 10-watt charger via the USB-C port and, according to the manufacturer, will last at least two days with normal use. As mentioned before, the Motorola logo is on the back of the device. The Motorola logo on this phone (like most of the company's devices) also hosts a fingerprint sensor. In addition to this sensor, Face Unlock capability is also enabled on Moto G Pure. Introducing Moto G Pure - the cheapest, most expensive Motorola smartphone

    is the operating system of Android 11 and Motorola's proprietary user interface - called My UX - changes it to some extent, although this change is not very noticeable and some sources of this operating system The phone is referred to as close-to-stock (close to pure Android). Google Assistant is also enabled on this smartphone. The Moto G Pure is a nano-type single-SIM phone. Due to the limitations of the Helio G25 processor, this device lacks fifth generation communication technology and is a 4G phone. Bluetooth 5, Wi-Fi 5, headphone jack and support for GPS and GLONASS routers are other communication options of this device. Pre-order Unlocked version of Moto G Pure smartphone starts from October 14 (October 22) . As mentioned in the introduction, this phone is priced at $ 159.99 and is one of the cheapest in its class. There's no doubt that a reasonable price is one of the major advantages of a smartphone, but common sense, paying $ 10 more and using the Snapdragon chipset and 5,000 mAh battery (in Moto G Play) makes more sense. Needless to say, the United States and Canada are apparently the first target markets for the Moto G Pure.

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