Motorola’s Moto G50 goals to solidify the maker’s midrange 5G portfolio and it will likely be put to the take a look at since we managed to obtain a unit for assessment right here at HQ. So what precisely do you get right here and do you have to contemplate a Moto as your first 5G telephone?
The packaging right here is your typical Moto affair with a transparent gel case, USB-C cable and a 10W energy adapter current within the field. Our assessment unit sports activities the uninspiring Metal Grey colorway which is sort of reflective and provides out shades of blue underneath sure lighting. The telephone feels substantial in hand weighing at 192 grams. The plastic body and again are nothing to brag about however are nicely put collectively and really feel sturdy sufficient.
Going across the entrance, we now have a 6.5-inch IPS LCD with a 90Hz refresh price. The panel sports activities a decent-sized chin whereas the highest is interrupted by a water drop notch for the 13MP selfie cam. The show is just not the brightest and the 720p decision is a bit disappointing to see on a 2021 midranger.
My UX on high of Android 11 runs clean and the telephone actually feels snappy given the 90Hz refresh price. We’ll should see how the Snapdragon 480 5G handles extra demanding benchmarks although.
There are two cameras across the again with a 48MP mains shooter and 5MP macro cam and the few samples we took look fairly usable upon first look. The third opening is for the 2MP depth helper.
So a 5G telephone for €250 with a midrange chipset, clear software program and a 5,000 mAh battery. Sounds good on paper however we’ll should undergo our checks to see if it deserves your consideration. Keep tuned for our full assessment arising subsequent week.