Verdict Motorola Moto G52 - This signature Moto feature is missing from the mid-range phone
The Motorola Moto G52 is an affordable mid-range smartphone with a focus on the display and features as opposed to the performance and connectivity. While the Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 phone shows a more than solid system performance level in our review, the benchmark suite results of the Motorola Moto G52 are significantly lower compared to those of the Redmi Note 11, Poco M4 Pro 5G, and the Samsung Galaxy A33 5G. Regardless, the Moto phone is a convincing proposition overall, since the included features and the display quality of the AMOLED panel make the mid-range smartphone very appealing.
Similarly, we are very pleased with the build quality of the mid-range phone. On top of that, the plastic case comes with an official IP certification, which guarantees sufficient protection from water (within reason). Unlike many other Moto phones, however, such as the Moto G60s or the Moto G50, the Moto G52 lacks a dedicated button on one side of the device that activates the Google Assistant. Instead, the mid-range smartphone only comes with the standard power and volume buttons.
Are you looking for a mid-range phone with a bright OLED display and a relatively low price? If the answer is yes, you can find our in-depth review of the Motorola Moto G52 smartphone here with plenty of measurements and side-by-side comparisons. However, if you want a smartphone that supports the fast mobile 5G standard, the Poco M4 Pro 5G potentially represents an interesting alternative within the sub-300-USD price range.
Review of the Motorola Moto G52 smartphone