The new moto g power 5G looks to be a solid midrange smartphone

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Motorola has kept its steady pace, making budget and midrange phones for several years. The company used to compete at the top with other flagship devices but took this strategy on several years ago. It’s been a good run for the company as they consistently make excellent midrange smartphones like the new moto g power 5G.

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The new moto g power 5G sits near the bottom of the price range for midrange phones. Priced at $299 it’s right at the top for what I would consider a budget phone but at the bottom for a midrange phone. But that’s not a bad thing. Midrange phones can be diamonds in the rough as companies make them more consistent and capable than ever.

The new moto g power 5G features the MediaTek Dimensity 930 octa-core processor, giving users 5G performance and offering frequencies up to 2.2GHz, so you can experience videography, premium multimedia, and reliable gaming without glitches. That is assuming you have 5G in your area.

With 5G you can get faster downloads and power efficiency, courtesy of 5G that has been integrated into the 6nm chip. Plus, with 4GB/6GB of memory, switching back and forth between apps is smooth and seamless. Here is a bit more of what Motorola had to say about the new moto g power 5G.

The new moto g power 5G looks to be a solid midrange smartphone

Built with viewing and comfort in mind, the display on the moto g power 5G gives you the best of both worlds. Complete with a 6.5” Full HD+ display and 120Hz refresh rate, the moto g power 5G delivers fluid gameplay and scrolling with razor-sharp details on an 84% screen-to-body ratio. Additionally, stereo speakers and the spatial sound of Dolby Atmos® add a new layer to your favorite songs and movies, creating an immersive visual-audio experience.

Look forward to a massive 5000mAh battery offering up to 38 hours4 of battery life, so keeping up on the go is the least of your worries. Listen to playlists for longer, video chat with friends for hours on end and binge watch your go-to shows. Do all of this with the space to do even more, thanks to 128GB/256GB of built-in storage4 and the option to add up to 1TB more using a microSD card.3,5,6

Plus, with a 50MP camera system, you can capture your surroundings with precision and accuracy – no matter the time of day. Whether you’re snapping photos of the sunrise or sunset, the 50MP main camera with Quad Pixel technology lets in more light for sharper, brighter photos. The 2MP Macro Vision camera ensures that every detail is visible and enhanced while the 2MP depth sensor creates picture-perfect portraits ideal for your social profiles. On the front, a 16MP selfie camera allows you to capture exceptional photos of you and your friends.

Android™ 13 enhances your experiences so your phone looks and feels like it’s yours. Whether you’re customizing your apps by color, theme or language, managing your notifications to prevent overload, or having your media player match your personal music taste, define your color palette and customize your experience in a way that works for you. Android 13 also features a centralized hub for security and privacy settings, including a new “privacy check-up” feature, offering more control over which information apps can and can’t access, including app notifications and clipboard history.


In the U.S., the new moto g power 5G will be available universally unlocked at Best Buy, Amazon, and Motorola starting April 13 (MSRP: $299.99). The device will also be available at Metro by T-Mobile, Spectrum Mobile, and Xfinity Mobile in the coming months. In Canada, the new moto g power 5G will be available universally unlocked at in the coming months.

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