Motorola Moto G41 Review Verdict - Motorola's secret weapon against Xiaomi smartphones?
It comes with a 6.4-inch AMOLED display running at a native resolution of 2400 x 1080 and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. On an all-white background, it managed a very respectable 712 nits, an excellent result for its price class. In addition, its display turned out to be very well calibrated. When tested using the CalMAN software the phone colored almost the entire sRGB color space in its default settings already (color profile: Natural). Its very low Delta E deviations result in very accurate colors.
Another highlight is the main camera’s optical image stabilization, a feature rarely to be found on sub-$300 smartphones. Its 48 MP main camera with an aperture of f/1.7 takes good photos in bright light with good focus and a high contrast ratio. However, we did also notice some softening. Color accuracy was also superb and better than on some high-end premium smarthpones. In out ColorChecker passport test the Motorola Moto G41 only showed one single spike of Delta E > 10 worth noting. We would have also wished for a better overall white balance, though.
Moto G41 review