The Motorola Moto G31 is a cheap smartphone with a 50 MP camera, an OLED display and a 5,000 mAh battery
The Moto G31 is the cheapest of the five Moto G series smartphones that Motorola has unveiled today, and the only one that comes in at less than €200. However, the Moto G31 is basically the Moto G41 with the cameras from the Moto G51.
Specifically, the Moto G31 has a MediaTek Helio G85 SoC, 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB or 128 GB of storage. The device also has a 5,000 mAh battery, a capacity available across all new Moto G series smartphones, including the range-topping Moto G200.
The Moto G31 has a 50 MP primary camera too, along with an 8 MP ultra-wide and a 2 MP macro sensor, with a 13 MP front-facing camera poking out from a punch-hole. In short, these cameras are identical to those Motorola includes in the more expensive Moto G51 and Moto G71.
Likewise, the Moto G31 shares its 6.4-inch, OLED and 1080p display with the Moto G41 and Moto G71. The IPX2 rating from the Moto G41 is here too, but Motorola has settled on 10 W charging for its entry-level device. By contrast, the Moto G41 supports 30 W fast charging.
The Moto G31 will be available in Baby Blue and Mineral Grey for €199.99. The device will launch in Europe this month, followed by Asia, India, Latin America and the Middle East at some point.