Motorola Moto G41 launched with an OLED display, OIS and a 5,000 mAh camera for €249.99
Motorola has announced the Moto G41, one of two MediaTek Helio G85-powered smartphones on which it has lifted the lid today. Bizarrely, the Moto G41 and Moto G31 share many parts, not just their SoCs. The pair also have the same display as the Moto G71, a 6.4-inch OLED panel with a 60 Hz refresh rate and a 1080p resolution.
The Moto G41 comes with 4 GB or 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. The device will be available in Meteorite Black and Pearl Gold, colours that are unique to the Moto G41 in the new Moto G range. The Moto G41 has a 5,000 mAh battery like its Moto G siblings, though. Incidentally, the Moto G41 supports 30 W wired charging, a higher wattage than the Moto G51 is capable of.
However, the IP52 certification of the Moto G71 and Moto G51 is lacking. Instead, the Moto G41 has IPX2 certification, which should mean that it can withstand dripping water when tilted at 15°. The 'X' means that there is no data available to provide a protection rating against the ingress of solid parts, though.
Moreover, Motorola has equipped the Moto G41 with a 48 MP primary camera that supports OIS, an 8 MP ultra-wide, and a 2 MP macro camera. There is also a 13 MP front-facing camera that sits behind the large display.
Confusingly, the Moto G41 costs €20 more than the Moto G51 at €249.99. The device will be available in Europe soon; Motorola plans to release the Moto G41 in Latin America and the Middle East, too.