Moto G31: The Motorola phone offers OLED for less than 200 Euros
The Motorola Moto G30 was well-equipped for its price range: It came with a lot of storage, a high-resolution camera, and wired charging at 20 watts. However, the display was a weak point: It was dim and didn't have a very high resolution, which probably didn't impress most users.
This is exactly where Motorola focuses with the successor: The Moto G31 features a Full HD OLED display with good brightness and great color reproduction, something that is rarely found for less than 200 Euros (~$226). It also comes in a slightly more compact and lighter case than the predecessor, without the need to compromise on battery capacity.
At the same time, though, many of the great features found in the predecessor have been scaled back in order to be able to finance the high-quality display in such an inexpensive phone: The Moto G31 has less storage and RAM, a slightly less advanced camera system, and the smartphone only charges at 10 watts, which isn't really up to date anymore.
The Moto G31 and its predecessor don't differ much in terms of performance; both are on par with similarly priced smartphones. Therefore, you shouldn't expect the best performance, but it's sufficient for everyday use with less complex apps.
So, can we recommend the Moto G31 in light of its significantly improved display, good call quality, and reasonable battery life? Or do the slimmed-down features compromise the possibility of receiving a good rating?
If you want to have a look at our detailed assessment and learn more about the smartphone, we recommend our comprehensive review of the Motorola Moto G31.