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The Motorola Moto G9 Plus (XT2087-1) was revealed today with a 6.8-inch FHD+ display. This device isn’t quite as major a deal to us as was the release of the Moto G9, largely because of the price. Where the Moto G9 was an extremely reasonable price at (approximately) $154 (converted from Indian rupee), the Moto G9 Plus will be released … Continue reading
Image: Motorola Motorola has quietly released its new budget phone, the Moto G9 Plus, in Brazil. As leaks previously mentioned, the new smartphone includes a 6.81-inch display screen, a quad-camera setup on the phone’s back, plus a 5,000mAh battery. The Moto G9 Plus is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G — the same chip used by Google’s recently released Google Pixel 4A — plus 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. On the front of the screen, the Moto G9’s 6.81-inch screen includes a 1080p display with a 16-megapixel front hole-punch camera located on the screen’s upper-left side. The quad-camera setup on the back includes a 64-megapixel main sensor, an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera, a 2-megapixel macro sensor, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. No word on... Continue reading…
Here's what you need to know about the Moto G9 Plus, the latest device unveiled in Motorola's budget phone line.
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It'll cost about around $300 and has a 5,000-mAh battery.
The Moto G9 Plus is shown with four rear cameras and a hole-punch display notch. | Image: Orange Slovakia It looks like Motorola is about to announce a second entry in its budget G9 phone lineup, just weeks after it revealed the Moto G9 Play. The Moto G9 Plus has appeared in a listing on Orange Slovakia’s website that was spotted by WinFuture’s Roland Quandt. According to the listing, the €255 (about $300) phone will have four rear cameras, including a 64-megapixel main camera, and a massive 5,000 mAh battery. Although Motorola’s recent flagship phones like the Edge Plus and foldable Razr have been average at best, its budget lineup of G-series phones like the recent G Stylus and G Power have continued to offer great value. Their cameras are generally good for the price, battery life is excellent, and the company makes sensible tweaks to... Continue reading…
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The Nokia 5.3 will be up on Amazon for sale today. The smartphone was unveiled by HMD Global recently along with three more devices.
Available from Verizon and AT&T, it will be one of the most affordable 5G phones you can buy in the US.
Motorola One 5G is the newest 5G-toting smartphone released by Motorola in a wave of devices meant to capture all segments, low to high. This is a midrange smartphone with four cameras at its back and a pair of lenses up front peeking out through a pair of holes in the device’s display. The Motorola One 5G has a 6.7-inch … Continue reading
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India seems to be the place where companies like Motorola are really fighting fiercely for the market with smartphones that go to the extreme. In this case, that means a Motorola Moto G9 was released in India for ₹11,499 (approximately $154) with a set of specifications that are more than powerful enough for most consumers. Why can’t the United States … Continue reading
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A new mid-budget Motorola phone is slated to launch on August 24 and will be exclusively sold via Flipkart.
Lenovo owned Motorola has been gearing up and is expected to announce two new mid-range and entry-level budget smartphones; named as the Moto E7 Plus ... The post Motorola Moto E7 Plus and Moto G9 Plus Renders Surface appeared first on
Combined with earlier leaks, the Moto E7 Plus could be a sleeper hit for the brand.
The budget friendly Motorola One Fusion is now available in the UAE
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Both Motorola phones are solid options if your budget is under $200 -- and if you're trying to decide which one to get, we're here to help.
You can take a screenshot on your Motorola smartphone of messages and other content just like you would with most smartphones. After taking a screenshot, you can find and view the image in your Motorola's photo gallery. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Taking a screenshot on your Motorola smartphone might seem tricky, but the process isn't actually all that complicated. Read on for a quick tutorial on screenshotting using a Motorola smartphone. Check out the products mentioned in this article: Motorola Moto G Power (From $249.99 at Motorola) How to take a screenshot on Motorola 1. On your Motorola smartphone, open up the app, image, or content you wish to screenshot. 2. Touch the power button with one of your fingers, but don't press down yet. Touch the lower volume button with a different finger.  3. Press down on the power button and the lower volume button at the same time to take the screenshot. If you successfully took the screenshot, you'll hear a small click (if you have your volume on) and see a brief flash on your smartphone's screen. How to view a screenshot on Motorola After you've taken a screenshot, it will be saved in one of your Motorola smartphone's image folders. You can view the screenshot from there. 1. Open your Motorola smartphone's camera app. 2. Open the camera's photo gallery. 3. If you don't see a thumbnail for the screenshot right away, look for a folder titled "Screenshots." Where the screenshots are saved may vary from smartphone to smartphone. After you've located the screenshot, you can view it by tapping on it. You can also send it to other smartphone users through the messaging app of your choice, so long as the app in question supports image sharing between devices. Related coverage from Tech Reference: How to take a screenshot on your PS4 in 3 different ways How to take a screenshot on your Apple Watch, and find those screenshots in the Photos app on your iPhone How to take a screenshot on Windows 10 computers in several different ways How to take a screenshot on a Mac, and find that screenshot on your computer later How to take a screenshot on a Samsung Galaxy S10 in 5 different ways SEE ALSO: The best true wireless earbuds Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: We tested a machine that brews beer at the push of a button
Motorola decided to bet on the quantity. The company is slated to launch several mid-range phones and a couple of flagship smartphones this year. And ... The post Motorola Moto E7 specs leaked and the launch seems imminent appeared first on
Already a steal at $200, Motorola's latest is even steal-ier. There's also a great deal on the Moto G Power.
If you're looking for a phone on a budget, check out CNET's top seven picks for 2020 so far.
Budget phones have never been this high-quality while being this affordable. After lots of testing and research, we found that the iPhone SE (2020) is the best budget phone you can buy with its incredible performance running on the same processor as the iPhone 11 series. The iPhone SE gives Apple fans the full-fat Apple experience with iOS and the supporting Apple ecosystem. For those who prefer Android, Google's new Pixel 4a is the best option with its reasonable price, excellent camera, and solid performance. Although most people in the US tend to buy their smartphones directly from cell service providers (carriers) like AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile, bargain hunters and tech geeks seek out budget unlocked phones online because they are affordable yet offer incredible value for the money. And, because most of these devices are unlocked, you can use them with the carrier of your choice, provided that they support the phone you buy. You can get unlocked phones at retailers like Best Buy and directly from phone manufacturers. We've rounded up the very best budget unlocked phones you can buy. Today's affordable phones are much more powerful than they used to be, and any of our top picks would make an excellent first smartphone for anyone who needs a reliable but inexpensive phone. In fact, we think phones like the new iPhone SE and the Google Pixel 4a would be great for most people in general. Here's what you need to know about buying unlocked phones Buying a phone unlocked can be intimidating the first time — especially if you've always bought your phone from a carrier like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, or Sprint.  When you buy an unlocked phone, you'll pay the full price. If you buy from your carrier, the company often offers to let you buy the device on a payment plan so you can pay a little bit each month. Some unlocked phones may not work on Verizon or Sprint. Sprint and Verizon use a network called CDMA, but most unlocked phones use the more standard GSM network that both T-Mobile and AT&T use.  Here are the best budget smartphones in 2020: Best budget phone overall: iPhone SE (2020) Best budget phone for photography: Google Pixel 4a Best budget phone for battery life: Motorola Moto G Power Best budget phone for design: Samsung Galaxy A51 Best budget-priced flagship phone: OnePlus 7T Updated on 8/7/2020 by Antonio Villas-Boas: Added Google's Pixel 4a to the "Best budget phone for photography" category.SEE ALSO: The best microSD cards you can buy The best budget phone overall The new $400 iPhone SE is basically a much cheaper (and smaller) iPhone 11, minus the ultra-wide camera, disguised as an iPhone 8. For $399.00, the new iPhone SE is among the more expensive budget smartphones, but it still offers incredible value. You get the performance from Apple's flagship iPhone 11 series processor and a sharp, 12-megapixel camera with Apple's Smart HDR, portrait mode, and depth control (i.e. adjusting background blur after taking a photo). With that said, if photography is important to you, Google's Pixel 4a may still reign supreme in the budget category.  Taking on a nearly identical look and feel as the classic iPhone 8, the iPhone SE has a 4.7-inch LCD Retina HD screen, an aluminum and glass build, an IP67 water resistance, a Touch ID home button, and the excellent iOS mobile operating system. With the new iPhone SE, you're basically getting the $700 iPhone 11 with a smaller screen, without the ultra-wide camera lens, and disguised as an iPhone 8 for nearly half the price. That does mean you get the big screen bezels instead of the iPhone 11's sleek all-screen design, but a trade-off on design is common on budget smartphones.  Apple isn't known for its budget smartphones, so I can't believe I'm saying this: It's going to be tough to out-do Apple's iPhone SE in the budget smartphone game. Pros: Powerful A13 Bionic processor, compact size, only iPhone with a home button and fingerprint sensor, effective camera for the price Cons: Design feels a bit old, lacking some camera features compared to similarly priced Android phones. Small for budget buyers looking for a bigger screen. Read our iPhone SE review here The best budget phone for photography Google's Pixel 4a has a flagship-quality camera, great battery life, good performance, and an edge-to-edge screen.  The Google Pixel 4a is a gem of a smartphone that delivers an excellent core smartphone experience. It doesn't have some of the iPhone SE's flourishes like water resistance, wireless charging, or a glass and metal build, but it's less expensive, and it's the absolute best option for Android users.  It's remarkable value for its $350 retail price tag and makes you wonder if premium flagships are really worth the extra money.  The Pixel 4a has a 5.81-inch edge-to-edge OLED screen with minimal bezels and a refresh rate of 60Hz, which is slower than most flagship phones, but solid for a phone in this price range. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor offers smooth performance in my experience. Best of all, it has a flagship-quality 12.2-megapixel dual-pixel camera that takes great photos and an 8-megapixel front-facing cam that takes great selfies. The Pixel 4a charges up quickly as well via the included 18W charger and USB-C cable. Pros: Sub-$400 price tag, flagship-quality camera, great battery life, good performance, modern edge-to-edge OLED screen Cons: No water resistance, no wireless charging — minor nitpicks when you're paying under $400 Read our Google Pixel 4a review here The best budget phone for battery life Motorola's Moto G Power offers quite a lot and a decent core smartphone experience for 25% of the price of $1,000 premium phones, and it has among the best battery life on any smartphone. Motorola's Moto G series has produced excellent budget phones year after year since it first launched. The Moto G Power is an impressive budget phone that ticks all the boxes and has an attractive price for high-end features. It can also work on any major carrier network. The Moto G Power isn't a showstopper in the looks department, but it is actually made out of glass and metal It looks and feels good in your hands, though some may find it a bit slippery and glass is fragile. We recommend you buy a case for it. The real deal-maker here is its 5,000mAh battery, which should last you a couple days minimum with normal usage, and it charges up quickly with Motorola's TurboPower charging, which promises to give you six hours of use after 15 minutes of charging. Its 6.4-inch screen is sharp and clear with a 2,300 x 1,080-pixel resolution, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor is fast when paired with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage is decent as is the option to expand it via a Micro SD card up to 512GB. The phone also has a fingerprint sensor and face unlock for security. The G Power has a pretty good 16-megapixel regular camera, but the 8-megapixel ultra-wide and somewhat baffling 2-megapixel macro camera shouldn't be reasons to buy this phone. Selfie-takers will be pleased with the 16-megapixel front-facing camera. Pros: Amazing low price, decent camera, fingerprint sensor for security, incredible battery life, and quick Android updates Cons: Glass is fragile and slippery, ultra-wide and macro cameras are poor quality, doesn't perform very well on power-hungry games Read our Motorola Moto G Power review here The best budget phone for design Samsung's Galaxy A51 is a great smartphone in almost every respect, with the best screen on any mid-range phone, a premium design, an effective camera system, and impressive battery life.  The Galaxy A51 from Samsung is a mid-ranger that thinks it's a premium flagship. It has a beautiful slim and premium design that dismisses the divisive notch and employs Samsung's signature hole-punch-style selfie camera. It also has a triple-lens camera system, which isn't outrageously special on a mid-ranger in 2020, and it goes to show just how good smartphones can be under the $500 mark. It has a 48-megapixel standard camera, 12-megapixel ultrawide, and a 5-megapixel macro camera, and it takes pretty good photos with all of the lenses. Performance is tricky — it runs everything you'd want it to, but it doesn't look pretty doing it, which is a massive shame. Swiping around apps and general usage can render some stuttered and jittery results that don't match the quality of the phone or the excellent 6.5-inch AMOLED screen. Still, it'll run power-hungry games just fine, surprisingly.  Good thing, then, that the Galaxy A51 has all the above to make up for those stutters, as well as an impressive battery life that can last you a couple days on a single charge with normal usage from a 4,000mAh battery.  Pros: A 6.5-inch AMOLED screen that make everything look beautiful, a good camera system, a gorgeous premium design, impressive battery life.  Cons: Stuttered experience during normal usage Read our Samsung Galaxy A51 review here The best budget-priced flagship phone Think you can't get a high-powered smartphone for a reasonable price? The OnePlus 7T will change your mind. The OnePlus 7T was the top flagship of 2019, and it's the best Android phone you can buy if you're not looking to spend close to four figures. It's certainly on the expensive side for the mid-range and budget range, and it's only available on T-Mobile these days, which is why it's not our top choice.  The OnePlus 7T boasts a beautiful 6.55-inch, AMOLED screen with almost no bezels. It just has a small circle on the front for the 16.megapixel selfie camera. It looks a lot like the new Galaxy S20 from the front. It's powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chip and 8GB of RAM, so it performs like flagship phones that cost hundreds more. The phone's battery is long-lasting, and OnePlus' Dash charge tech will give you a full charge in just 30 minutes. But alas, there's no wireless charging.  The camera on the back has three sensors — one 48-megapixel, one 16-megapixel, and one 12-megapixel lens — which take excellent pictures and produce the blurred background bokeh effect in photos. The camera is on par with other great flagships in most settings, though its low-light performance isn't as strong as the Pixel phones. The back of the phone is made from glass and a slick metal band runs around the phone's edges. It feels great in the hand, though it is fragile, so we recommend popping a case on it. Pros: A 6.55-inch AMOLED screen, Face Unlock, dual-cameras, affordable, quick charge Cons: More expensive than other budget phones, no wireless charging Read our OnePlus 7T review here We look forward to testing the 2020 budget phones as they launch We're halfway through 2020, and there are a lot of new phones in our future. Most of the phones we look forward to testing are still just rumors and not yet confirmed.
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