Moto G8 is an addition to the G8 family which consists of the Play, Plus, and Power editions primarily. The Moto G8 is the original variant in the G8 series which is a perfect balance between power and performance. This device is the first launch from the brand this year and the brand is also focusing on 5G devices which will be launched within a few months. The official video of the device is already here.
The 6.4” display with 720p+ resolution marks a noticeable drop in pixel density (the G7 had a 6.2” 1080p+ display). The selfie camera still has an 8MP sensor (1.12µm pixels), but it’s now inside a punch hole instead of a teardrop notch.
The triple camera on the back is an upgrade. It features a new 16MP main unit (1.12µm pixels behind an f/1.7 lens) as well as 8MP ultra-wide-angle (119°) and a 2MP macro cameras. The fourth module is a Laser AF system. The main camera can record 4K video at 30fps, same as before. For comparison, the G7 had a 12MP main cam and 5MP depth sensor, the G8 Plus has a 48MP main and 16MP ultrawide cameras (plus a 1080p+ screen).
The Motorola Moto G8 features a better chipset too, a Snapdragon 665. The Adreno 600-class GPU is nearly twice as fast as the 500-class GPU on the old model, the CPU is slightly faster too. The memory configuration is the same as last year, 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage (51GB user available). This is a dual SIM phone, but you can put a microSD card instead of a second SIM.
The new model sports a larger battery – 4,000mAh, matching the G8 Plus and Play. However, charging speed has taken a hit and the G8 only supports 10W.
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