Motorola's budget Moto G20 comes with a 90 Hz display and a 5,000 mAh battery
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Motorola has released another G-series smartphone, the G20. The Moto G20 is a distinctly budget affair, with Motorola having equipped the device with a Unisoc T700 SoC. The device also has 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage and a microSD card reader that supports up to 1 TB cards.
Additionally, the Moto G20 has a 6.5-inch display with a 90 Hz refresh rate. The display is a 720p one, which should keep power consumption low, albeit while offering blurrier visuals than a 1080p or 1440p panel would. A 5,000 mAh battery underpins that Moto G20, so the device should have excellent battery life.
Motorola has equipped the Moto G20 with five cameras too; one on the front and four on the back. The former is a 13 MP camera that sits within a waterdrop notch, while the Moto G20 relies on a 48 MP sensor as its primary camera. An 8 MP ultra-wide-angle sensor is also on board, as are dual 2 MP sensors for providing depth of field information and macro shots. Realistically, these two cameras are there to make up the numbers, in our opinion.
The Moto G20 will be available in select European countries for €149. Motorola will sell the device in two colours that it has called Breeze Blue and Flamingo Pink. All models come with a capacitive fingerprint scanner and a 3.5 mm headphone jack.