Motorola has officially announced a pair of G series smartphones dubbed as the Moto G30 and G10 in the European markets. Much like the upcoming Motorola E7 Power, the new Moto G series smartphones are entry-level devices targeted at the budget segment.
Motorola Moto G30
Starting with the higher-end Moto G30, this device sports a 6.5-inches IPS LCD display which offers a HD+ screen resolution and a 90Hz screen refresh rate. It dons a dewdrop-notch upfront which houses a 13 megapixels selfie camera.
Over at the rear, the device features a rectangular camera housing which play host to a quad-camera system headlined by a 64 megapixels primary shooter. As for the other three cameras, they include an 8 megapixels ultra-wide lens, 2 megapixels macro camera, as well as a 2 megapixels depth sensor.
Under the hood, the Moto G30 is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 662 chipset which is found in several notable smartphones including the POCO M3. This will be paired with up to 6GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage that can be further expanded via a microSD card.
The device draws power from a massive 5,000mAh battery which supports up to 20W fast-charging. According to Motorola, the battery is capable of supporting more than 2 days of usage. Other than that, the device also comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
In the European market, the Motorola Moto G30 carries a starting price of 179.99 Euro (US$219).
Motorola Moto G10
Coming to the more affordable Moto G10, the device is built around the same 6.5-inches IPS LCD display with HD+ screen resolution. However, it only supports up to 60Hz screen refresh rate and comes with a slightly downgraded 8 megapixels selfie camera.
For photography, the Moto G10 also arrives with a quad-camera system at the back. The only difference between the two devices lie in their primary shooter. Although the Moto G30 flaunts a 64 megapixels primary shooter, the Moto G10 settles for a 48 megapixels sensor instead. The other three cameras remain unchanged.
Under the hood, the Moto G10 is powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 460 chipset coupled with 4GB RAM and up to 128GB onboard storage. Once again, you can further expand its storage capacity via a microSD card.
Keeping its light on will be the same 5,000mAh battery which lacks the 20W fast-charging on the Moto G30. Instead, it charges at a standard 10W charging rate. Last but not the least, it preserves the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
In the European markets, the Moto G10 is priced more affordably at just 149.99 Euros (US$182).