Motorola has officially announced another mid-ranger smartphone – Moto G9 Plus – in the European market today. Just like any of the Moto G-series smartphones, the Moto G9 Plus will continue to be priced within a palatable price point which makes it a possible alternative to some of the more popular Samsung Galaxy A-series smartphones.
The Moto G9 Plus is built around a massive 6.81-inches FHD+ display which boasts a nice 20:9 tall aspect ratio. It comes with the usual hole-punch cutout on the top-left corner that sits a 16 megapixels selfie camera.
Over on its back panel, the Motorola G9 Plus has a rectangular camera housing which we don’t see among other Motorola smartphones, even though its considered a pretty main stream design.
There will be a total of four rear cameras including a 64 megapixels (f/1.7 aperture) primary shooter, 8 megapixels (f/2.2 aperture) ultra-wide lens, as well as a pair of 2 megapixels macro and depth helpers.
Under the hood, the Motorola Moto G9 Plus is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 730G chipset coupled with 4GB of RAM and 128GB onboard storage which supports further memory expansion via a microSD card.
To keep its light on, the device draws power from a huge 5,000mAh battery at the helm which carries support for 30W fast-charging. As expected, the device will run on Android 10 OS out of the box. Other than that, it also comes with 3.5mm headphone jack and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.
In terms of pricing, the Moto G9 Plus will be retailing at 299 Euros (US$353/ S$)483) in the European markets for its sole 4GB+128GB model.