Motorola has released the ‘Moto G31’ smartphone, starting at ₹12,999.

Motorola had a massive launch event earlier this month, unveiling a total of five new Moto G series phones. The Moto G31, one of them, has recently arrived in India. The Moto G31 is a brand-new smartphone that retails for Rs 12,999. It applies to the 4GB RAM + 64GB storage configuration.

Motorola G31

It has a MediaTek Helio G85 engine, a 6.4-inch FullHD + AMOLED perforated display with a 60Hz refresh rate, and a 50MP triple back camera configuration. The specifications are mostly comparable to those of the Realme Narzo 50 A, which is offered at a significantly cheaper price. Wide-angle and macro photography is also possible with this Motorola smartphone. You will be able to use Android Nearstock. It sports a typical 5,000mAh battery with TurboPower 20W rapid charging capabilities. For this review, I received the 4GB RAM model in a meteor grey colour. 

Motorola G31

There is also a Baby Blue finish, which is a mix of blue and purple. The phone’s polycarbonate unibody has a subtle groove pattern on the back that adds to the grip. made of polycarbonate, it doesn’t look cheap and also has an IPX2  water resistance rating. However, in comparison, the Moto G30 (review) had an IP52  dust and water resistance rating.

Motorola G31

The 3.5 mm headphone jack is at the top, while the  speaker and the typec USB  port are down.This processor has a maximum clock speed of 2 GHz and is manufactured using a 12nm manufacturing process. The 5000 mAh battery capacity remains the same as before, and this also applies to the 20 W charger. Motorola included this 20 W charger in the box especially for the Indian market: the global variant was presented with a 10 W charger. 

Motorola G31

Motorola G31

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The Moto G31 has three rear cameras while the G31 had four. There’s a 50-megapixel main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2-megapixel macro camera. 13-megapixel front camera. Motorola claims that the 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera performs the dual role of a depth sensor, so it doesn’t need a dedicated sensor like the G30. The main camera is also a bit of a downgrade in terms of resolution, going from a 64-megapixel sensor on the G30 to a 50-megapixel sensor, but the actual photo quality depends on way more than that number.


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