2020 saw the release of the moto g power and, if you’re in the market for an affordable, smartphone it’s hard to do much better than this. Anything that lasts more than 10 hours has a good battery life. In my book, the moto g power blows them all away with a run time of 16 hours and 10 minutes it’s the best phone battery life i’ve ever seen, and it’s really remarkable. When you consider the moto g power costs under 250 dollars, but that’s, not the only reason this android phone made our best budget smartphone video, the moto g power, also features a large 6.5 inch display with full hd resolution, pretty good performance from its snapdragon 660 processor And a solid 64 gigabytes of storage and while the triple rear cameras aren’t best in class. I appreciate there’s an older. The first variant of the device features 32 gigabytes of internal storage with three gigabytes of ram, and then we have a 64 gigabyte variant that has four gigabytes of ram compared to the 2020 moto g power, which only gave us one variant that has an atp display And the massive battery power over the light as it delivers decent pictures and video reasonably fast performance. Good motorola might be entering the flagship game these days, but it has made a name for itself with its budget moto g series. We have not one not two but three new moto g phones for review and just like the g7 series last year, these models start from the dirt cheap to just cheap, starting with the moto g8 power light a super, affordable phone with a low resolution, lcd screen And a basic mediatek processor, then you have the moto g8, a slightly more expensive phone.
That still gives you a low resolution screen, but comes with a faster processor. And finally, you have the moto g8 power, the most exciting in the family, with a decent 1080p display and the massive battery my name is vic and for this review i had to grow under the devices 32 gigabytes of intel storage does not take place, and then We have really good variance that has four gigabytes of brands by 2020 phone even larger and the camera is slow and produces photos that are usable, but definitely don’t. Look great. So please don’t buy that phone you’ll be much better off spending just a bit more and getting a vastly better phone, in fact, here’s our advice, despite that it is the heaviest of the three we can wholeheartedly recommend you spend the extra 50 bucks or so to Pick the moto g8 power over the light or the g8 as it delivers decent pictures and video reasonably fast performance, good, pixel density on the screen and, above all, it will likely. Last you two or even three days with normal usage for that 250 dollar price, so beat that the regular g8 performs decently.