Motorola, part of China’s Lenovo, has unveiled a pair of long-lived Moto G low-cost smartphones that boast OLED screens.
This move looks rather strange as the flagship model in the lineup, presented today Moto G200, received an LCD screen.
The Moto G31 is equipped with a 6.4-inch OLED screen with a 60 Hz refresh rate and Full HD + resolution, a triple main camera with a 50 MP main sensor, complemented by an 8 MP wide-angle module and a 2 MP macro module, a front flush front camera on 13 megapixels.
It is based on a single-chip system MediaTek Helio G85, 4 GB of RAM and 64 or 128 GB of internal flash memory, a 5000 mAh battery supports 10W charging. The smartphone has a side fingerprint scanner in the power button, a 3.5mm audio jack and even a microSD card slot. Dimensions are 161.89 x 73.87 x 8.55 mm, the smartphone weighs 181 grams.
The Moto G41 features a camera, faster charging and more memory. The triple camera combines a 48MP main module with OIS, an 8MP wide-angle module and a 2MP macro module. Versions with 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal flash memory are available. Supports 30W charging.
The smartphones are equipped with the Android 11 operating system. The smartphones are almost the same in size, but the Moto G31 is a little thinner.
The Moto G31 and Moto G41 will go on sale in Europe in the coming weeks at prices ranging from € 200 and € 250, respectively. The scope of delivery is rich nowadays – headphones, a protective case, a USB Type-C cable and a charger. The Moto G31 is also slated for release in India, Asia and Latin America.