Motorola have just introduced another device to their new but historically known “G” lineup that includes from low and mid, all the way to high-end devices. The last one presented of this family of smartphones is the Motorola G20; a handheld that stands out as one of the most affordable in the market with a high refresh rate and a big battery, as features probably focused on gaming.
Characteristics, price and date of release of the Motorola G20
The Moto G20 is part of the low-end segment of the “G” line up by Motorola, with its new two-digit nomenclature. Being like this, the characteristics of the phone are adjusted and short accordingly to its segment, but at the same time being interesting by including some features of devices of higher class.
For instance and speaking about the screen, the Moto G20 includes an IPS LCD display with an HD+ resolution of 1600×720 pixels and a 20:9 aspect ratio, which can be considered standard and quite short in pixel density by barely reaching 270 pixels per inch. However, the phone must be one of the most affordable in the world that offers a high refresh rate of 90 Hz, providing a smoother experience while using it and in gaming.
Powering the device is the Unisoc T700 chipset with 8 cores and 1.8 GHz of top frequency that helps in multitasking and game. The Motorola G20 is only available with 4 GB of LPDDR4 memory and 64 GB of EMMC 5.1 storage, adding compatibility with an SD.
In terms of cameras, the Motorola G20 includes an array of 4 different sensors: a main 48 MP f/1.7 shooter, an 8 MP ultra-wide shooter with an f/2.2 aperture, a 2 MP depth sensor for portraits and a macro camera for very close shots of 2 MP. The front facing features a 13 MP sensor for selfies.
To conclude, the Motorola G20 features a great set of connectivity option with 4G, WIFI, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, NFC, USB Type-C, headphone jack, fingerprint reader and a massive 5.000 mAh with 10-watt fast charging. The phone will be available from May 15th with a price of 160 dollars.