In addition to the almighty Moto X40, the Motorola presented the Moto G53 this Thursday (15). The intermediate model went public with a dual camera and 120 Hz screen. The phone still comes out of the box with android 13 from the factory, the latest version of Google’s operating system, 5G support and a lower price.
The launch is part of the brand’s strategy to popularize 5G.
With an intermediate technical sheet, the smartphone has editions with 4 GB or 8 GB of RAM. The consumer has 128 GB storage in both cases, which can be expanded with a memory card of up to 1 TB.
The processor model was not revealed: the manufacturer only informed that it is a Qualcomm chip with eight cores.
It should be recalled that the Moto G52 was announced in Brazil with a Snapdragon 680, but the RAM was limited to 4 GB.
Another draw is the 5,000 mAh battery. But the recharge doesn’t excite so much: it’s only 18 watts🇧🇷 For comparative purposes, the Galaxy A53 supports up to 25 watts🇧🇷
Updated, the phone comes out of the box with the android 13 of manufactures. But we still don’t know how long Motorola will update the Moto G53.
120 Hz screen is cool, but the resolution is HD+
Motorola’s cell phone has a 6.5-inch screen with 120Hz refresh ratehigher than the 90 Hz of the previous generation.
This means that the model is ready to deliver more fluid graphics, especially in adapted games.
On the other hand, there are some pitfalls that deserve attention. For starters, the phone has HD+ resolution. This, in itself, is already a step backwards compared to the Moto G52, which had a Full HD + screen.
The Moto G53 even has a lcd panel🇧🇷 The previous edition, on the other hand, had pOLED screen.
The front camera also suffered a low: the resolution dropped from 16 megapixels to 8 megapixels.
Launch features dual 50-megapixel camera
Another highlight of the Moto G53 is the photographic set. The cell phone features a 50-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel macro camera.
The set looks interesting, especially when considering pixel binning: with technology, the cell phone manages to group four pixels into one to take 12.5 megapixel photos with more detail.
The feature also helps capture more light in dark environments.
On the other hand, the smartphone lost the 8 megapixel sensor with an ultrawide lens.
price and availability
Even with casualties, the launch does not lose its glamour. But for now, you can only find it in China.
Over there, the model with 4 GB of RAM costs 899 yuan (about R$ 685 in direct conversion).
The option with 8 GB of memory has a suggested price of 1,099 yuan (R$ 840).
And this is where the true advantage of the launch comes in: it is an affordable product that tends to meet simpler everyday situations.
The forecast for launching the cell phone in Brazil and other countries, on the other hand, is still a mystery.
This Thursday (15), Motorola also presented the Moto X40 to the Chinese public.
Moto G53 – technical sheet
|Screen||6.5-inch LCD with HD+ resolution (1600 x 720 pixels) with 120 Hz refresh rate|
|Processor||Qualcomm octa-core processor|
|RAM||4GB and 8GB|
|Back camera||– main: 50 megapixels
– macro: 2 megapixels
|Frontal camera||8 megapixels|
|Drums||5,000 mAh with 18-watt recharge|
|Operational system||android 13|
|connectivity||dedicated headphone jack (3.5 mm), USB-C port, 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and NFC|
|dimensions||162.7 x 74.66 x 8.19 mm|
|Colors||black and white|
With information: GSMArena and gizmochina