Following the more or less productive long-lived smartphones Moto G50 and Moto G100, the American company Motorola decided to present the cheapest representatives of the G-series – the Moto G10 and G30 models.
The gadgets have received an identical design and almost identical characteristics. In both cases, 6.5-inch HD + screens with a teardrop-shaped notch for the front camera, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of permanent memory are used, quadruple main cameras with a 64-megapixel main sensor, supplemented by sensors with a resolution of 8, 2 and 2 megapixels.
The batteries are also identical – 5000 mAh each. Operating system – Android 11. Now about the differences: the older version supports an increased screen refresh rate of 90 Hz and has a version with 128 GB of permanent memory. The front cameras also differ – 8-megapixel for the younger version and 13-megapixel for the older one. The Moto G10 is priced at 150 euros, while the Moto G30 is priced at 170 euros.