Motorola Moto G8 is with triple rear cameras and Snapdragon 665
The Moto G8 series has had a strange combination of devices. Motorola launched the series with Moto G8 Plus and Moto G8 Play. Then, the company announced the Gormo Power and Moto G style, which looks like they should belong to the G8 family, but they don’t share the brand.
As soon as all these phones have started, we look forward to the standard Moto G8. That day has arrived. We’ve known the Moto G8 for a long time. In January, our editor in chief, Mashalur Rehman, published special information about the device. Filtered renders also revealed the design of the smartphone in advance. Today, Motorola is making the Moto G8 official and confirms all our previous reports.
As expected, the Moto G8 is an evolution of the Moto G7. There have been no major updates, but many small updates that make a better tool. Specifically, the processor has been updated to Snapdragon 665 and has a more robust 4,000 mAh battery. Taking into account the internal, the Moto G8 has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage. The Moto G8 has three cameras on the back this time. The main camera is 16MP and includes an 8MP wide angle camera and a 2MP macro camera. Motorola says the main camera has a “sharp focus,” while a wide-angle camera with 119 FOVs can fit “4 times more in its frame.” The macro camera allows you “5 times closer to the subject than a normal lens”. The front camera is 8MP in the cartoon hole.
An area that is actually degraded to the Moto G7 is the screen. Motorola has equipped the Moto G8 with a larger 6.4-inch LCD screen, but it has a lower resolution than the G7 (HD + vs. FHD +). Reducing the resolution on large screens is never a good thing.
The Moto G8 is available today in Brazil at 1,299 pounds (282 pounds) and will be launched in Europe, Latin America, Asia and Australia in the coming weeks. The device will also be available in the UK for £ 179 ($ 231) through Amazon, Argos and John Lewis.