With the Moto G50, Motorola shows us once again that, without neglecting the high-end, su main market niche, and the one in which it is managing to stand out prominently is the mid-range, with phones that, in most cases, take at least one element of their own from the high-end and carry it to the most affordable consumer lines. In this way, it is possible to have terminals at a very reasonable price and that satisfy a specific need or desire, be it a high-performance camera, a large screen, a large-capacity battery, and so on.
Thus, in Motorola’s departure in the mid-range today we find the Moto G50 that, without being the most interesting proposal of the manufacturer, yes that stands out for some points, which make it an option to consider. It should be understood, except for surprises, that with the Moto G50 Motorola would complete its Moto G range for 2021, which already has the Moto G10 and G30, as well as the Moto G100, announced a couple of weeks ago, and which has finally ended up being the international variant of the Motorola Edge S, also known as Motorola Nio during its development.
To command the Moto G50, Motorola has opted for a Snapdragon 480 5G SoC, a Qualcomm chip manufactured in 8 nanometers with eight Kryo 460 cores operating at a frequency of up to 2 GHz, divided into a block of two Cortex-A76 cores and another of six Cortex-A55 cores. The graphic section falls on an Adreno 619 GPU and, obviously, we are talking about a SoC with 5G support, one of the important points of this phone.
Accompanying the Moto G50 SoC we will find 4 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of storage That, yes, we can increase substantially through a MicroSD card. To give life to the whole the smartphone has a not inconsiderable 5,000 milliamp battery with fast charging function … although not excessively fast, that must be said, since we are talking about 15 watts, 5 less than its older brother, the Moto G100.
For the Moto G50 screen, the manufacturer has opted for a 6.5-inch IPS LCD panel with HD + resolution (1,600 x 720 dots in a 20: 9 aspect ratio) and that stands out, mainly, for offering a refresh rate of 90 hertz. And if you look at its connectivity, In addition to 5G, it offers us WiFi 5, Bluetooth 5, NFC, GPS and, as for its connectors, we will find a USB-C and, I always give thanks when I read this in the specifications of a phone, minijack for headphones.
Regarding the Moto G50 cameras, the main one offers us three sensors: the main one with 48 megapixels f / 1.7, one with depth of 2 megapixels f / 2.4 and a third body dedicated to macro with 5 megapixels f / 2.4. As for the front, Motorola has opted for a notch in the upper central part of the screen in which a 13-megapixel f / 2.2 sensor is located.
The Moto G50 will hit the Spanish market directly with Android 11, and Motorola has promised that it will receive at least one major update. We can buy it in our country from April 15 and its price will be 269 euros.
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