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Motorola Moto G Power Series

Motorola Moto G Power 5GProcessor: unknown, Mediatek Dimensity 930, Qualcomm Snapdragon SD 662
Graphics Adapter: Imagination IMG BXM-8-256, Imagination PowerVR GE8320, Qualcomm Adreno 610
Display: 6.50 inch, 6.60 inch
Weight: 0.185kg, 0.203kg, 0.2065kg
Price: 200 euro
Average Score: 64.78% - average
Average of 23 scores (from 27 reviews)

 

Motorola Moto G Power 2021

Specifications

Motorola Moto G Power 2021Notebook: Motorola Moto G Power 2021
Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon SD 662
Graphics Adapter: Qualcomm Adreno 610
Display: 6.60 inch, 20:9, 1600 x 720 pixels
Weight: 0.2065kg
Price: 200 euro
Links: Motorola homepage

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Average Score: 72.86% - average

Average of 7 scores (from 7 reviews)

 

Reviews

80% Motorola Moto G Power (2021) review: Budget battery behemoth
Source: Android Authority English
If you want a long-lasting 4G phone for under $300, the Motorola Moto G Power is an excellent choice. Its 5,000mAh battery packs enough juice to keep you going for more than a day at a time, and the 15W charging means you won’t spend too long at an outlet. The Snapdragon 662 offers enough punch to bounce between apps and videos, too. Motorola’s 6.6-inch display isn’t the sharpest, and neither are the cameras without good lighting, but the pros easily outweigh the cons. You can always take a look at the OnePlus Nord N200 ($239) or the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G ($279) as worthy alternatives. Both add 5G speeds to the equation, and the Galaxy offers an extra kick and longer software support for just $30 more. The OnePlus Nord N200 is one of the most affordable ways to hop onto T-Mobile’s fastest speeds. If you’d rather spend your money on another Motorola phone, you can save some money and nab the Moto G Play ($169).
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 10/26/2021
Rating: Total score: 80%
80% Moto G Power (2021) review: The battery life champ
Source: Tom's Guide English
Any sub-$300 phone is going to involve some compromises, and fortunately, the ones that the latest version of the Moto G Power makes aren't going to put many budget shoppers off. Yes, there are more powerful phones with better displays that don't cost that much more than the Moto G Power (2021). But the long-battery life of Motorola's phone continues to carry the day, especially for a phone that you can find for $250 or less. The cameras on the Moto G Power aren't world-beaters, but it'll produce good shots. And I actually like the look and feel of this phone — a surprise given the G Power's budget roots. Still, the reason to consider past Moto G Power models was its epic battery life, and I'm happy to report that continues with the 2021 edition of this popular budget phone.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 06/11/2021
Rating: Total score: 80%
90% Moto G Power review
Source: Tom's Guide English
The Moto G Power lasts even longer than its record-setting predecessor while costing the same amount. This is the budget phone to buy if you want great battery life — unless you get the newer Moto G Power (2021) instead.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 03/16/2021
Rating: Total score: 90%
60% Motorola Moto G Power (2021)
Source: PC Mag English
The 2021 Moto G Power has adequate power and battery life, but it's a downgrade from the 2020 model and can't compete with increasingly feature-packed budget phones.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 02/11/2021
Rating: Total score: 60%
60% Motorola Moto G Power (2021) Review: Power Over Perks
Source: The Verge English
If you’re on a strict budget and long battery life is a necessity, then look no further than the Moto G Power. However, I hesitate to recommend it to someone who doesn’t meet that description. You will be making sacrifices in order to get that $200 price and multiday battery life. The base storage is way too anemic and the speed is noticeably pokey.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 02/09/2021
Rating: Total score: 60%
60% Moto G Power (2021) review: Falling from greatness
Source: Android Central English
The Moto G Power (2021) is a frustratingly mediocre smartphone. The hallmark feature is the same as its predecessor, with the new G Power touting three-day battery life on a single charge. You're also getting a refreshed design and a higher-resolution camera, but that's where the improvements end. The 2021 variant of the Moto G Power has a lower-res 720p display, less storage and RAM, and ships on outdated software. Motorola missed the mark with this one.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 01/22/2021
Rating: Total score: 60%
80% Moto G Power (2021) review: The battery life champ
Source: Tom's Guide English
Any sub-$300 phone is going to involve some compromises, and fortunately, the ones that the latest version of the Moto G Power makes aren't going to put many budget shoppers off. Yes, there are more powerful phones with better displays that don't cost that much more than the Moto G Power (2021). But the long-battery life of Motorola's phone continues to carry the day, especially for a phone that you can find for $250 or less.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 01/17/2021
Rating: Total score: 80%

 

Motorola Moto G Power 2022

Specifications

Motorola Moto G Power 2022Notebook: Motorola Moto G Power 2022
Processor: unknown
Graphics Adapter: Imagination PowerVR GE8320
Display: 6.50 inch, 20:9, 1600 x 720 pixels
Weight: 0.203kg
Price: 200 euro
Links: Motorola homepage

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Average Score: 57% - poor

Average of 10 scores (from 13 reviews)

 

Reviews

50% Motorola Moto G Power (2022) review: A real head-scratcher
Source: Android Authority English
If you ultimately decide that it’s best to choose a different budget phone, the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G ($249) is likely your best bet. It packs the same 5,000mAh battery with a sleek, modern design, a better 50MP primary camera, 5G support, and higher RAM and storage options. It’s a little pricier, but the upgrades and Samsung’s excellent software support make it well worth paying the extra. If you want another 5G-enabled alternative, the Nokia X100 ($252) is a little closer to the Moto G Power in price. It offers a smaller battery but solid 18W charging, a Full HD+ for better media viewing, and an ultrawide camera. There’s also the OnePlus Nord N20 ($282), which trades a 5,000mAh battery for a 4,500mAh option with 33W wired charging. It upgrades to a 64MP primary camera and carries 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage in its lone configuration.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 07/29/2022
Rating: Total score: 50%
50% Motorola Moto G Power (2022) review: A real head-scratcher
Source: Android Authority English
The Motorola Moto G Power (2022) isn’t the worst option for someone who needs a new phone on a limited budget, but it’s hard to recommend given the numerous gripes. It packs a solid camera setup, an IP52 rating, and a (nominally) smoother 90Hz display. However, there’s no 5G support, the processor has received a downgrade, and the wired charging is significantly slower than last year’s model. It’s ultimately a case of a few minor steps forward and some highly questionable larger steps back for Motorola. In addition, the lack of updates beyond Android 12 limits its long-term value. If you ultimately decide that it’s best to choose a different budget phone, the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G ($249) is likely your best bet. It packs the same 5,000mAh battery with a sleek, modern design, a better 50MP primary camera, 5G support, and higher RAM and storage options. It’s a little pricier, but the upgrades and Samsung’s excellent software support make it well worth paying the extra. If you want another 5G-enabled alternative, the Nokia X100 ($252) is a little closer to the Moto G Power in price.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 07/02/2022
Rating: Total score: 50%
60% Moto G Power (2022) Review: Power that lacks power
Source: Digital Trends English
Yes, if you want a budget phone that will only set you back around $200, yet gives you an exemplary battery, a pretty good camera system, a decent amount of onboard storage, and fast and accurate biometrics, you’ll be happy with the Moto G Power 2022. But if you’re looking for the latest and greatest flagship phone with the best processor and the best new tech, consider an alternative like the Pixel 6 or Samsung Galaxy S22+.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 03/18/2022
Rating: Total score: 60%
60% Moto G Power (2022) review: A step back for Motorola's long-lasting phone
Source: Tom's Guide English
The Moto G Power (2022) lasts a long time on a charge and the 64GB model costs less than last year's version. But an under-powered processor leads to laggy app launches, and you may be better off with the 2021 version if you want a long-lasting device without the sluggishness.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 03/11/2022
Rating: Total score: 60%
Motorola Moto G Power (2022) review: A real head-scratcher
Source: Android Authority English
The Motorola Moto G Power (2022) isn’t the worst option for someone who needs a new phone on a limited budget, but it’s hard to recommend given the numerous gripes. It packs a solid camera setup, an IP52 rating, and a (nominally) smoother 90Hz display. However, there’s no 5G support, the processor has received a downgrade, and the wired charging is significantly slower than last year’s model. It’s ultimately a case of a few minor steps forward and some highly questionable larger steps back for Motorola. In addition, the lack of updates beyond Android 12 limits its long-term value. If you ultimately decide that it’s best to choose a different budget phone, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G ($279) is likely your best bet. It packs the same 5,000mAh battery with faster 15W charging, a better 5MP macro camera, 5G support, and higher RAM and storage options. It’s a little pricier, but the upgrades and Samsung’s excellent software support make it well worth paying the extra. If you want another 5G-enabled alternative, the Nokia X100 ($252) is a little closer to the Moto G Power on price.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 03/08/2022
Motorola Moto G Power 2022 Review
Source: OI Spice Tech News English
The phone can perform most basic tasks such as calls, texts, movies, social media, or light browsing. This is a phone that is not meant for someone who enjoys serious gaming and multitasking. So, if you are that person, you should really go for something like Moto G71 or the flagship Moto Edge X30. Alternatives such as the Moto G51 should vastly improve the performance and user experience. But if you don’t need such high-end specs and just want something for entertainment and general uses, then the Motorola Moto G Power 2022 phone is worth your money. Another plus point of this phone is that it can give 2-day battery life in general use.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 01/29/2022
60% Moto G Power (2022) Review
Source: Phone Arena English
Overall, Oppo's first foldable phone, the Find N, makes an excellent first impression with its spot-on size or "golden folding ratio" as the company calls it that makes it almost as easy to lug around as a Z Flip, and yet offering much more. The superior camera hardware didn't translate to much better pictures than those from the direct Z Fold 3 or Mate X2 competitors, at least in daylight, but the photos come out nice nonetheless, as does the 4K video recording and time-lapse mode. Battery life and charging times of the Find N are very good, too, unless you browse or game on the main screen for hours. Above all the Find N virtues that we found in the course of this review, however, towers the main display with the best image quality and the most subtle crease on a foldable phone so far, where the new tailored for multitasking ColorOS interface shines bright, productive, and entertaining. It's also disappointing that this phone ships with the older Android 11 version, and Motorola only promises one major update in the future.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 01/13/2022
Rating: Total score: 60%
50% Moto G Power 2022 Review: Still Missing The Mark
Source: Phandroid English
We’re going to ignore the lack of NFC and 5G connectivity for one reason, the phone is only currently only slated to launch through Metro by T-Mobile. If the phone had more widespread availability, we might feel a different kind of way about it, but it’s really not much to be concerned about. But to put it plainly, you should look elsewhere if you want a cheap Android phone. There are better options out there like the Galaxy A32 5G which is a little more expensive. But even Motorola’s G Play (2021) is a better alternative than the G Power (2022). It’s really disappointing and frankly, depressing, to see how far Motorola has fallen. But as long as the company continues to release cheap phones under $200, they’ll continue to see rises in sales until something else comes along.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 12/10/2021
Rating: Total score: 50%
50% Motorola Moto G Power (2022) review: A real head-scratcher
Source: Android Authority English
The Motorola Moto G Power (2022) isn’t the worst option for someone who needs a new phone on a limited budget, but it’s hard to recommend given the numerous gripes. It packs a solid camera setup, an IP52 rating, and a (nominally) smoother 90Hz display. However, there’s no 5G support, the processor has received a downgrade, and the wired charging is significantly slower than last year’s model. It’s ultimately a case of a few minor steps forward and some highly questionable larger steps back for Motorola. In addition, the lack of updates beyond Android 12 limits its long-term value. If you ultimately decide that it’s best to choose a different budget phone, the Samsung Galaxy A32 5G ($279) is likely your best bet. It packs the same 5,000mAh battery with faster 15W charging, a better 5MP macro camera, 5G support, and higher RAM and storage options. It’s a little pricier, but the upgrades and Samsung’s excellent software support make it well worth paying the extra. If you want another 5G-enabled alternative, the
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 12/08/2021
Rating: Total score: 50%
80% Motorola Moto G Power (2022)
Source: PC Mag English
The 2022 Moto G Power is a good no-frills phone that won’t break the bank. It handles basic tasks with ease, doesn’t have bloatware, and can easily get you through a day between charges. That said, we would have liked to see a 1080p screen (even at the expense of the 90Hz refresh rate) and wish Motorola had either shipped the phone with Android 12 or committed to two future OS updates. Still, it's a good value for the price, offering longer battery life than the $159.99 Moto G Pure and stronger camera quality than the $169.99 Moto G Play. If you're willing to spend a bit more, however, the $279.99 Samsung Galaxy A32 5G offers the best bang for your buck, with even better camera quality, stronger software support, and 5G connectivity, making it our Editors' Choice.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 12/03/2021
Rating: Total score: 80%
60% Moto G Power (2022) review: A step back for Motorola's long-lasting phone
Source: Tom's Guide English
If you want a long-lasting phone above any other feature, the Moto G Power has been the device to get, and the 2022 model lives up to that reputation. Unfortunately, the MediaTek chipset powering the Moto G Power (2022) is a big step back from previous editions, making it feel more like a phone that sacrifices solid features for a lower price. Further complicating matters is the fact that the Moto G Power (2021) is still available and — because of its more powerful processor — a better option for a long-lasting phone than its successor. Yes, the Moto G Power (2021) will be stuck on Android 11, while buyers of the 2022 edition can expect an Android 12 update. But the 2021 phone didn't suffer from the noticeable delays in app launches that I saw when testing the Moto G Power (2022). Put another way, if you were to lay down the two most recent Moto G Power models in front of me, I know which one I'd pick up. And in this case, newer does not mean better.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 12/03/2021
Rating: Total score: 60%
50% Moto G Power (2022) review: Goodbye Qualcomm, you will be missed
Source: Android Central English
Epic battery life, a handy 3.5mm headset jack, and 50MP camera, unfortunately, don't make up for the fact that using the Moto G Power (2022) is a frustrating experience almost all the time. The incredibly slow processor negates the 90Hz display upgrade and somehow makes Motorola's wonderful software feel bloated and clunky. Skip this one unless you absolutely have no other alternative.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 12/03/2021
Rating: Total score: 50%
Motorola Moto G Power 2022 Specifications, Pros and Cons
Source: OI Spice Tech News English
The Motorola Moto G Power 2022 is the first smartphone to utilize the MediaTek Helio G37 chipset designed for mid-range phones. As for the launched event, the phone was unveiled in November 2021, while the rumored price is around $200 (Rs 14,999) approx. Alongside this, you will also obtain the 6.5-inches IPS LCD display that also exceeds the 90Hz refresh rate display, and the pixel density is also adequate. Following that, you will receive a triple camera setup that leads by the 50MP primary snapper while the 2MP macro and 2MP depth sensor also present as the secondary camera board. On the other hand, you also grab an 8MP selfie camera setup that provides decent photos and videos, while the Moto G Power 2022 smartphone is powered by a 5000 mAh battery with 10W charging support. Besides this, you are getting the side-mounted fingerprint scanner that works swiftly, and you can pick this phone in the black only.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 11/25/2021

 

Motorola Moto G Power 5G

Specifications

Motorola Moto G Power 5GNotebook: Motorola Moto G Power 5G
Processor: Mediatek Dimensity 930
Graphics Adapter: Imagination IMG BXM-8-256
Display: 6.50 inch, 20:9, 2400 x 1080 pixels
Weight: 0.185kg
Links: Motorola homepage

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Average Score: 68.33% - average

Average of 6 scores (from 7 reviews)

 

Reviews

70% Motorola Moto G Power 5G (2023) Review
Source: PC Mag English
The Moto G Power 5G is a good budget-friendly phone. It has a simple design with a fast screen, fine performance numbers, and better-than-average battery life, but the cameras don't impress, and competing phones have better upgrade paths. The Pixel 6a offers excellent performance and packs one of the best cameras for the price, while the Nord N30 5G posts similar numbers across the board in a more appealing piece of hardware with better cameras. If you absolutely need a long-lasting battery, the Moto G Power 5G 2023 has you covered, but if you can give up an hour or so of uptime, the rapid-charging OnePlus Nord N30 5G is our Editors' Choice pick in this segment.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 06/20/2023
Rating: Total score: 70%
70% Moto G Power 5G (2023) review: If 'blah' were a phone
Source: Android Police English
The Moto G Power 5G is a phone that brings its hardhat and lunch pail to work every day. Much like the Toyota Camry, it will do the job without giving you too many frills. Unfortunately, there are other phones in the same price range that do have the ability to electrify you while still being just as reliable an experience. If you love a relatively stock Android experience but are allergic to Pixels for some reason, pick one up. Also, if battery life is your main deciding factor for a smartphone, it might be worth a look. As for the rest of us, I’d suggest spending your money elsewhere.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/30/2023
Rating: Total score: 70%
70% Moto G Power 5G review: With great power comes great value
Source: Android Central English
When reviewing a phone, I normally can't wait to get back to my daily driver. However, with the Moto G Power 5G, I found myself using the phone a little longer than usual, as it works well enough that I wasn't exactly pining to get back to my Galaxy flagship. Battery life is good, the design is good, the camera is pretty good, and the software is mostly good. The Moto G Power 5G is a good phone, and I think that's saying a lot for a $300 smartphone. Yes, I wish the cameras were more interesting and tuned just a smidge more. I wish Motorola would give the phone more than one OS upgrade. I really wish charging was faster to match the battery life. With a name like "Moto G Power 5G," one expects the phone to really be about power and performance. While I'm not quite sure this phone exemplifies "power," I think it does a good enough job of offering just what someone would want from a phone in this price range.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/03/2023
Rating: Total score: 70%
Motorola Moto G Power 2023 Smartphone Review
Source: OI Spice Tech News English
The Motorola Moto G Power 2023 does compromise with the high-end performance, fast charging, additional camera lens, and better display quality. But still, if you look at it from the mid-range segment perspective, there is a whole list of things that falls on the positive side. Whether we talk about a fast refresh rate or additional 5G connectivity. But we all know that Motorola phones are incomplete with the near-stock Android experience, which is also seen in this device. But sadly, there’s no news regarding the official release on the global market since the device is currently available to the US-exclusive market. But if you are looking for a better alternative, you can get the Realme 10 Pro, and even then it would be an option when it comes to customization. Finally, choose the phone according to your wish.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 05/01/2023
60% Moto G Power 5G review: a $300 phone that gets the job done
Source: Digital Trends English
There’s a lot to like about the Moto G Power 5G, but it’s also a letdown in a lot of crucial places. With the lock button/fingerprint scanner, I ran into numerous usability issues where simple things that would have only taken a second (such as checking the time) ended up being 15-second diversions. The cameras are great, especially for the price, but opening the camera app can cause a stutter that takes a few seconds to sort out as the Dimensity 930 processor tries to find its footing. And again, a phone without NFC in 2023 is just ridiculous. If you’re OK with having a phone that teaches you how to be patient, then the Moto G Power 5G is a solid pick. But it’s also worth remembering that there are plenty of other options. The Galaxy A14 5G offers a fairly similar experience for just $200. If you have a little extra cash to spend, the $450 Galaxy A54 is another incredible purchase.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 04/21/2023
Rating: Total score: 60%
70% Moto G Power 5G Review: This $300 Phone Gets Just Enough Right
Source: CNet English
The Moto G Power 5G works very well if you mainly plan to use the phone for calls, texting, watching videos and playing games. You get a lot for $300, such as a 6.5-inch 120Hz refresh rate screen and a phone that comes unlocked. If you are using Verizon, the Power 5G might be your only option for a device under $300 without being on sale, and if that's the case, then it's a pretty decent one. However if you are using AT&T or T-Mobile, I highly suggest looking into the OnePlus N20 5G or the OnePlus N300. Both phones have better cameras than the Power 5G, charge faster and include NFC. However Motorola beats OnePlus in security update support, which could be more appealing to someone that plans to use the phone until it breaks.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 04/20/2023
Rating: Total score: 70%
70% Motorola Moto G Power 5G review: The price of power
Source: Android Authority English
In the end, this is the best Moto G Power model in several years, but Motorola wants you to pay the price for all its renewed power, both literally and figuratively. I can live with the $50 increase over the previous generation; that covers the 5G and increased RAM and storage, as well as all the other quality-of-life improvements. But the ads and tailored bloatware are a relatively high price to pay when stacked against the best in the affordable Android scene. Samsung’s Galaxy A14 5G ($199.99 at Samsung) is a great pick that offers several of the Moto G Power 5G’s best features for $100 less. It packs a similar camera setup, an outstanding update policy commitment, and a Galaxy S23-inspired design. Samsung’s budget device also hangs onto the headphone jack, though it does drop stereo playback for a single speaker. The OnePlus Nord N300 ($228 at T-Mobile) might be worth a look as well, especially if you crave fast charging speeds. It bumps from the 10-15W rates of many budget phones up to 33W and still comes with a charger in the box. It’s just a shame OnePlus only offers two years of any kind of software support. If you’re willing to stretch your budget a bit further, you can get quite a lot more for your money. The Google Pixel 6a ($299 at Amazon) mixes some of the best flagship Pixel features, like the Tensor chip, light, smooth software, and elite photography, all at a more than reasonable price. The cheapest Pixel also picks up an aluminum frame, which feels more premium in the hand than Motorola’s plastic chassis. We’re expecting the Pixel 7a to break cover soon with even more upgrades, too, in case you’re willing to wait. Samsung’s Galaxy A54 5G ($449.99 at Samsung) is another stretch pick, and it looks, feels, and often acts like a budget Galaxy S23. You also get Samsung’s four years of Android updates and five years of security patches, which is simply unbeatable compared to Motorola and even Google.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 04/19/2023
Rating: Total score: 70%

 

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Motorola: Founded in 1928, the US-based company mainly focuses on communication technology such as smartphones. The original company Motorola Inc was split up in 2011. Motorola Mobility got the smartphone division and was taken over by Google in 2012 and Lenovo in 2014.

The company is known for its cell phones and other electronic devices such as smartwatches, tablets and accessories. Motorola was one of the first companies to produce cell phones, and in recent years has also innovated in the areas of 5G technology and modular smartphones (Moto Mods). Motorola is also active in public safety and professional communications, providing solutions for government agencies, businesses and other organizations. The company has operations in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America and employs more than 10,000 people worldwide. 


Only some 3D games with very low demands are playable with these cards.

Qualcomm Adreno 610: Integrated (in the Snapdragon 665) graphics card based on the Adreno 600 architecture. The performance of the GPU is between the Adreno 510 and 512/612 and therefore in the lower mid range. Supports DirectX11_1, Vulkan 1.0, OpenCL 2.0, OpenGL ES 3.2.

These graphics cards are not suited for Windows 3D games. Office and Internet surfing however is possible.

Imagination PowerVR GE8320: Integrated graphics card for mid-range ARM SoCs.

Non demanding games should be playable with these graphics cards.

Imagination IMG BXM-8-256: Single core variant of the IMG BXM-8-256. Uses tile based deferred rendering and according to Imagination is about 30% more power efficient than the previous generation.

» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Graphics Cards and the corresponding Benchmark List.


Qualcomm Snapdragon:

SD 662: Fast mid-range ARM SoC with 8 CPU Kryo 260 cores (four fast 2 GHz Cortex-A73 cores in a cluster and two power saving 1.8 GHz Cortex-A53 cores) and a rather slow Adreno 610 GPU. Manufactured in a 11 nm LPP process.

Mediatek :

Dimensity 930: The Dimensity 930 is a fast mid-range SoC with an integrated 5G modem. It includes two fast ARM Cortex-A78 cores at up to 2.2 GHz and six power efficient Cortex-A55 cores at up to 2 GHz. Compared to the Dimensity 920, the 930 has a slower clocked CPU, but a faster GPU.

» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Processsors.


» To find out how fine a display is, see our DPI List.


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64.78%: Such a poor rating is rare. There are only a few notebooks that were rated even worse. The rating websites do not give a purchase recommendation here.

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Stefan Hinum (Update: 2023-07- 2)