The Moto G10 Power offers a 6,000mAh battery for less than US$140 to Indian customers
Motorola's latest smartphone for the Indian market is the Moto G10 Power, a new version of the G10 with a larger 6,000mAh battery. This formula remains otherwise unchanged, however, even down to the quad rear cameras with a 48MP main shooter.
Motorola has shown unusual consideration for those who appreciate a large battery in the price-conscious category by upping the G10 Power's charging speed to 20 watts (W) as opposed to the stock 10W rate found in the G10. Furthermore, the new Power variants shares a "stock" Android 11 UI out of the box (with "Think Shield Security") with its 2021 Moto G sibling.
The OEM packs all this arguable budget goodness into a diagonally-textured polycarbonate casing in attractive Aurora Gray or Breeze Blue shades. Its dedicated page is now up on Flipkart, although it will not be active until March 16, 2021. The Moto G10 Power's single 4GB RAM/64GB internal storage SKU will go for INR 9,999 (~US$137) on that date.