Motorola G10 Power and G30 to launch in India today!

Image: Motorola G10, courtesy of: Gizmochina

Two new Motorola phones launched today in India, the Moto G30 and Moto G10 Power. Two of the newest budget smartphones from Motorola.

In Europe the Moto G10 Power is simply known as the “G10” and the “Power” in the name is exclusively sold in India’s largest e-commerce site, Flipkart.

Let’s star first on the Motorola G10 Power.

Motorola G10 Power

The Motorola G10 Power is a 6.5in IPS LCD budget smartphone. It comes with a quad camera setup including a 48mp camera. For selfies, it comes with a single 8mp shooter. Inside, it is packed with 4GB of RAM and the option of either 64 or 128GB storage, which is expandable up to 512GB via SD Card. It is powered by the budget chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 and will launch in two colours: Aurora Grey and Iridescent Pearl. The phone will ship with Android 11 out of the box. What stands out from the other budget phones in the segment is that both the G10 Power and G30 come with IP52 water and dust resistance. The Motorola G10 Power houses an enormous 6000mAh battery and 20W fast charging.

As for the pricing, the G10 Power will start at Rs. 13,300 (8,835 PhP) for the 64GB version

Motorola G30

The Motorola G30 is packed with a 90Hz IPS LCD display. Like the G10 Power, it is IP52 dust and water resistant. It will ship with Android 11 out of the box and is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor. It comes with one storage option, 128GB and the choice between 4GB or 6GB RAM. Like the G10, it has quad cameras including a 64mp main shooter. For selfies it has a 13mp single shooter on top of its dewdrop notch. It is also NFC-capable, meaning you can pay wirelessly through Google Pay. It will launch with two colours: Pastel Sky and Phantom Black. The phone also has 20W Fast charging capabilities and is packed with 5000mAh battery

For the price, the G30 will start at Rs. 15,900 (10,562 PHP) for the 4GB version

There is no word yet for Philippine release, but we are hoping.

SOURCE: Gizmochina, India Today