Motorola Moto G54 and Moto G84 land in Europe and UK as new mid-range smartphones
Motorola has quietly introduced the Moto G54 and Moto G84 in Europe and the UK, following their releases earlier this month in China and India. For some reason, the company has decided to offer the pair in single memory configurations for their European releases, both with 256 GB of storage. However, while the Moto G54 makes do with 8 GB of RAM, Motorola has equipped the Moto G84 with an additional 4 GB, bringing it up to 12 GB of RAM.
The hardware differences do not end there, either. For example, the Moto G54 utilises a 6.5-inch IPS panel with a 1080p resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate. Additionally, the handset has a MediaTek Dimensity 7020 chipset, a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 15 W charging and a 50 MP primary camera. Moreover, Motorola installs a 16 MP front-facing camera, as well as a 2 MP auxiliary rear-facing camera that it claims handles macro shots.
By contrast, Motorola equips the Moto G84 with a brighter and more vibrant pOLED panel, albeit one that has the same dimensions, resolution and refresh rate as the Moto G54. Furthermore, although the former shares the latter's battery capacity, it can recharge the same 5,000 mAh cell at 30 W. Elsewhere, the Moto G84 possesses a Snapdragon 695 chipset and a 50 MP primary camera supported by OIS, plus 8 MP ultra-wide-angle and 16 MP front-facing cameras.
Currently, the Moto G54 is orderable for €199.99 and £179.99 in the Eurozone and UK, respectively. In comparison, Motorola charges €299.99 and £249.99 for the Moto G84. Thus, the pair are significantly cheaper than the Edge 40 Neo that Motorola also introduced today. For reference, Motorola offers its two new Moto G series smartphones in the following colour options:
- Moto G54
- Glacier Blue
- Indigo Blue
- Midnight Blue
- Mint Green
- Moto G84
- Marshmallow Blue
- Midnight Blue
- Viva Magenta