Motorola unveils the Moto G9 Power with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 SoC and 60 hours of battery life
Motorola has announced a new raft of smartphones, of which the Moto G9 Power is one. Following on from Moto G7 Power and Moto G8 Power, the Moto G9 Power has a larger 6,000 mAh battery that Motorola claims will deliver up to 60 hours of battery life. When the device runs out of juice, then you can recharge it at up to 20 W via its USB Type-C port.
A Snapdragon 662 chipset powers the Moto G9 Power, which Motorola has paired with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. If 128 GB is not enough for you, then you can add up to another 128 GB with the device's microSD card slot. There is also a 6.8-inch display on board, albeit only a 720p one. Presumably, the 1,600 x 720-pixel panel has a 60 Hz refresh rate.
Poking out from beneath the display is a 16 MP front-facing camera, which has an f/2.2 aperture. Motorola has also equipped the Moto G9 Power with a 64 MP primary rear-facing camera, along with a 2 MP macro lens and a 2 MP depth of field sensor.
The Motorola G9 Power supports Bluetooth 5.0 and NFC, too. However, the device only features Wi-Fi 5 connectivity, rather than the newer Wi-Fi 6 standard. Additionally, Motorola has pre-installed Android 10 on the device, instead of the newer Android 11. The Motorola Moto G9 Power will from November 6 for €199.99.
Motorola via TechRadar