Moto G Power Camera Review
The Moto G Power Camera is a great budget phone with a good camera, decent performance, and excellent battery life. Unfortunately, it also suffers from several shortcomings that make it difficult to recommend.
One of the biggest gripes is its incredibly slow processor. The MediaTek Helio G37 chip is a step back from last year’s model and makes everything feel a little stuttery.
Motorola has bumped the sensor on the G Power to 50MP. It’s not a massive upgrade, but it improves the photo quality.
You get a primary 16-megapixel wide-angle lens, an 8-megapixel ultrawide camera, and a 2MP macro lens for super close-up photos. That’s a much better photo setup than the one on the 2021 model, but it doesn’t change the game.
It also doesn’t take a lot of detail or have the best dynamic range. And selfies aren’t as impressive, either.
Unfortunately, Motorola has cut so many corners at this price point because there are better alternatives to G Power. A phone like the Google Pixel 3A is just $50 more than this one, offering a better camera.
The 6.5-inch display of the Moto G Power (2022) is a welcome improvement over its predecessor, but its resolution isn’t excellent. It’s a 720p panel, and although it has a 90Hz refresh rate, it doesn’t look as good as we’d like.
The display doesn’t get a lot of light and is pretty dim. It’s a bit muddy in some areas, especially around dark colors and the punch-hole front camera.
Motorola has added some fun features to the camera, including a “Dual Capture” mode that lets you capture a selfie and a photo of what you’re looking at. It’s a simple feature, but it’s still worth checking out.
The 5,000mAh battery that powers the Moto G Power packs a surprising amount of juice, allowing it to last three days on a single charge. That’s a lot of time to use a phone, and it’s the kind of thing that’s a big selling point for this device.
While the 6.5-inch 720p LCD is slightly smaller than its predecessor, Motorola upgraded it to a 90Hz refresh rate. That’s a good thing, but the display itself isn’t very sharp.
I found the resolution washed out when viewing dark colors, and the screen often blurred around the punch-hole front camera. I also noticed that the backlight bled around the edges and the glass, which was a little bit of a letdown for this price.
While the 2022 Moto G Power isn’t a stellar performer, it still gets the job done. This is an excellent option for budget users if you don’t care about the performance or the camera.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly Android phone that’s also a solid performer, the Motorola Moto G Power is your best bet. It has a big display, a reliable battery, and an excellent camera for the price.
For 2022, Motorola updated the tenth generation‘s camera array with a 50MP primary camera (up from 48MP on last year’s model) and two additional lenses for low-light shooting. It also added a front-facing 8MP selfie camera, a dual capture mode that lets you simultaneously take a picture of what you see and a self-taken photo.
While the cameras aren’t a massive upgrade over the last version, they are much better than the single rear lens on the previous G7 Power. The photos have a slight greyness, but they’re generally quite suitable for a budget smartphone.
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