The COVID-19 lockdown restrictions are eased up gradually and smartphone brands are readying up a slew of latest products. Motorola just launched its Edge+ flagship in India and if you assumed that it’ll only cater to the expensive tiers, re-evaluate. The corporate is launching another budget smartphone in India tomorrow and it’s getting to be a neighborhood of the Moto G series. It’s the G8 Power Lite from Brazil and therefore the focus is going to be on long battery life.
Motorola is announcing the G8 Power Lite in India on May 21
Motorola will offer the G8 Power Lite as its idea of a budget smartphone with a long-lasting battery. The phone uses a 5000mAh battery that’s claimed to supply up to 2 days of power on one charge. Motorola is additionally saying an excellent deal about versatile triple camera setup and a water-repellant body. Sounds great, doesn’t it? But do you have to anticipate thereto, as long as there are tons of budget smartphones from Realme and Xiaomi with similar batteries?
Since the phone is already on sale in Brazil, we assume Motorola isn’t getting to change much in its specifications. The G8 Power Lite has most specifications almost like what you see on affordable phones from Realme and Xiaomi. You get a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 720p and a little notch on the highest. The phone features a plastic unibody with gradient color finishes.
Motorola uses an Helio P35 chipset on the G8 Power Lite
There’s a triple camera setup, with the most camera employing a 16-megapixel sensor and amid a 2-megapixel macro camera and a depth camera. The front camera uses an 8-megapixel sensor. The phone relies on a MediaTek Helio P35 chip and is assisted by 64GB storage also as 4GB RAM.
Motorola could launch the G8 Power Lite at a price of less than Rs 10,000 in India. At this price, the G8 Power Lite has got to face stiff competition from the recently launched Realme Narzo 10A and therefore the Redmi 8. Both the phones from Redmi and Realme have an equivalent 5000mAh battery. Redmi offers an 18W fast charging system with the Redmi 8 and USB-C port. you furthermore may rise up to 4GB RAM with the Redmi phone.
Realme, on the opposite hand, offers a more powerful chipset within the sort of the Helio G70 chipset and therefore the more optimized Realme UI supported Android 10. Compared to those two, the Motorola G8 Power Lite seems to be an enormous disadvantage. Even with Motorola’s near-stock Android UI, the Helio P35 may struggle. Its 10W charging is slower than what Xiaomi offers on the Redmi 8. Moreover, the G8 Power Lite looks dated in comparison to the opposite phones. It now remains to be seen what pricing does Motorola choose with the G8 Power Lite. The G8 Power Lite is going to be made official with its own tag on Flipkart tomorrow.