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Moto G20 unveiled: Entry-level with 90Hz display and 5000mAh battery

Motorola brand continues to expand its series of smartphones Moto G. Today, April 26, she quietly announced a new representative of the line, which was named Moto G20.

This is an entry-level model with a few interesting features. Among them – a large display with support for a screen refresh rate of up to 90 Hz, a 5000 mAh battery and a quad camera on the back with a 48 megapixel main sensor.

Specifications Motorola Moto G20:

  • Display: 6.5-inch, IPS LCD, 1600 × 720 pixels, aspect ratio 20: 9, image refresh rate 90 Hz.
  • SoC: Unisoc T700, two Cortex-A75 cores and six Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.8 GHz, Mali-G52 graphics accelerator.
  • RAM: 4 GB.
  • Internal memory: 64 GB, support for microSD memory cards (hybrid slot, instead of a second SIM card).
  • Operating system: Android 11 with Moto My UX shell.
  • Front camera: 13 MP (f / 2.2, wide-angle lens).
  • Main camera: 48 MP (f / 1.7, wide-angle lens, phase detection autofocus) + 8 MP (f / 2.2, ultra-wide-angle lens with 118-degree viewing angle) + 2 MP (f / 2.4, macro lens) + 2 MP (f / 2.4, depth sensor).
  • Rechargeable battery: 5000mAh, charging power 10W.
  • Ports: USB Type-C and 3.5mm audio jack for headphones.
  • Communications: 4G LTE, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, NFC.
  • Other: slot for two SIM-cards, fingerprint scanner (rear), accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor.
  • Case dimensions: 165.2 x 75.7 x 9.1 mm.
  • Weight: 200 g.
  • Available colors: blue and pink.

On the European market, the Moto G20 will begin sales later this week. The issue price is 149 euros.

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