Motorola launches moto g 5G, with SnapdragonTM 750G


Motorola launches moto g 5G, with SnapdragonTM 750G

Motorola has announced the launch of their latest offering with the moto g 5G; delivering next-gen features with a future proof ultra-fast 5G capability and a powerhouse Snapdragon 750G processor- this device will let users blaze through tasks with ultra-fast performance, lag-free streaming, and its near-stock Android UI.


Additional features like 5000 mAh battery with over two days of power under its hood, 6GB RAM and 128 GB built-in storage, 6.7" Max Vision HDR10 display, 48 MP camera system, and a dedicated Google Assistant button- makes it one of the most tempting devices in the budget-segment.


The moto g 5G comes with support for 11 Global 5G Network Bands which ensures that users are ready for any Sub 6 5G Band that is launched in India. The moto g 5G is also compatible with most Sub 6 bands available globally.


Plus the moto g 5G comes with 4X4 MIMO & Carrier Aggregation support that ensures blazing-fast network performance and the fastest possible data speeds. All this at just Rs. 19,999* (including the instant discount offer on HDFC Bank cards) makes moto g 5G the only 5G smartphone that’s available under INR 20,000.


Snapdragon 750G is the latest 7-Series chipset from Qualcomm and moto g 5G is the first smartphone to launch with this latest chipset in India. In addition to lightning-fast 5G data speeds, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G processor with 6GB RAM delivers 20% faster CPU and 10% faster GPU performance than the previous generation. Stream desktop-quality games smoothly on the go. Watch vivid, lifelike graphics render in an instant. And rely on an efficient, long-lasting performance that won’t let you down.


With 128 GB of built-in storage, there’s plenty of room for songs, videos, and movies—but, there’s more. Users also get the option of adding up to 1TB with a microSD card7. Since moto g 5G uses Universal Flash Storage.


With a 5000 mAh battery, users can go all weekend long on a single charge. Fuel up fast with  TurboPower 20W charging that gives 10 hours of power in just 15 minutes. 


With a 48 MP camera sensor, photos turn out sharp and bright in any light. Quad Pixel technology provides 4x the light sensitivity for better low-light performance. There’s also a large f/1.7 aperture that lets in more light, so users get great results even when the lighting isn’t. While, with a 118º ultra-wide-angle lens, the camera captures what eyes see, fitting 4x more in the frame compared to a standard 78º lens.


The 6.7” Max Vision HDR10 display takes entertainment to the next level. Watch movies come to life in vivid, true-to-life colors with improved brightness and contrast. The unique 20:9 aspect ratio offers a beautifully streamlined design that elegantly accommodates the large, gorgeous screen.


There’s a better way to pay. Simply hold the phone near an NFC terminal to make a purchase at the store. It’s fast and secure, so there’s no need to carry cash or credit cards. NFC technology also lets wirelessly share content like contacts, pictures, and videos with other devices.


With MyUX, phone works the way users want. Control it with simple gestures, customize entertainment settings, and create a look that’s one in a million.


Pricing & availability:

The stunning moto g 5G will be available in two incredible colors, namely Volcanic Grey and Frosted Silver starting 7th December, 12 noon onwards, exclusively on Flipkart. moto g 5G plus has been launched at a remarkable price of just INR 20,999/- and can be purchased at an effective price of just Rs. 19,999.

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