a Motorola Moto G50 launches on Thursday (16) 5G network, one of the most affordable 5G compatible cell phones in the country – starting at R$999, depending on the plan purchased from Claro, which sells exclusively.
For those who don’t know much about Motorola’s G line, it’s the line of intermediate cell phones with some common details along with the best hardware.
Plus the new 5G connection cell phone It has a triple camera, with 48 MP resolution and a 90 . screen Hz (For more fluidity in the viewer transition) and the economic processor of Media Tech. Another advantage is the 5000 . battery Ampere Which, according to the manufacturer, is able to last more than 48 hours, depending on use.
Sales begin today through Claro’s sales channels and Motorola’s own channels. In the operator trade, it costs R$1,299 in cash, or up to 21 times the R$61.99, with the Claro Pós-Pago 25GB. If you choose Combo Multi 50GB + 25GB, the device will cost R$999 in cash or 21 times from 47.99.
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screen and design
The model screen is 6.5 inches (16.57 cm) and has a resolution of HD+ (1600 x 720 pixels), in a Ratio 20:9. It occupies almost the entire front of the phone – only a small degree It has a front camera. The edges are visible, but without exaggeration, which gives a good benefit to the board.
On the back, the phone has a square unit with a triple set of camera lenses. A small brand logo is placed in the middle, as it appears on many of the company’s mobile phones.
Refresh rate (the ability of the image to refresh quickly) is 90 Hz. This means that scenes change 90 times per second. Therefore, the transmission of images produced by the screen is more smooth and streamlined than other intermediate models, which usually have 60 Hz.
Fingerprint reader on the side. There’s even a headphone jack – by the way, the accessories come in the box – and support for wireless NFC connections. The phone is available in two colors: blue and green.
On the back of the mobile phone there are three sensors grouped in the form of a square on the left side:
- Main Camera: 48 MP
- Macro lens (helps with close-up shots): 2 MP
- Depth sensor: 2 MP
The front camera for selfies is 13 MP.
According to Motorola, the cameras are equipped with “Quad Pixel” technology that combines four pixels into one, and promises that images will be clear and crisp, thanks to its four times light sensitivity. To artificially lighten dark environments without using flash, Application It comes with a “night vision” mode.
5G and performance
The Moto G50 5G comes with a Dimensity 700 processor, which was released by MediaTek last year, which is the equivalent of chips from the Snapdragon 700 line, one of its most popular competitors is Qualcomm. It has 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, with a microSD slot of up to 512GB.
Although 5G is not a reality here in Brazil, many wary people have already sought to ensure that a mobile phone is ready to work with the 5G network.
In addition, the Moto G50 5G works with 5G DSS. This transitional technology, whose acronym DSS this means “dynamic spectrum sharing‘, in English, already operates in some areas of the country, ‘borrows’ a piece of frequency bands already in use by 4G.
although DSS Representing progress, it still falls short of the high browsing speed and low latency, which are the main advantages of the “ultimate” 5G network. For this to happen, operators rely on the auction of radio frequency bands that will be conducted by the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel). Still this year.
The Moto G50 5G is powered by a 5,000mAh battery with support for a 20W fast charger, which comes in the box. The manufacturer’s promise is to use more than 48 hours without the need for charging.
- Monitor: 6.5 inch HD + (1600 x 720 pixels), 90 Hz
- OS: Android 11
- Healer: Dimensions 700 (octa core 2.2 GHz)
- Diary: 4 GB RAM, 128 GB internal storage space
- cameras: Triple main (48 MP, 2 MP and 2 MP) and front (13 MP)
- drums: 5,000 mA
- Dimensions: 167 mm x 76.5 mm x 9.3 mm; Peso de 206 g
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