Motorola has just announced its latest budget phones for 2021, and they’re keeping the same Moto G models and names as last time. They see a spec bump and some visual changes in the process, with fairly different configurations between the three of ‘em.
The Moto G Play is the entry-level model with a 6.5in 720p display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 chip, a single back camera, and a huge 5,000mAh battery. It’ll sell for $169 in the States. The Moto G Power has a slightly larger 6.6in 720p screen, a faster Snapdragon 662 chip, a dual-camera setup with a 48MP main sensor, and the same 5,000mAh battery pack. That one goes for $199.
The Moto G Stylus, meanwhile, bumps up to a 6.8in 1080p screen with a Snapdragon 678, triple-camera setup, 128GB storage, and pop-out stylus (of course), but also a lesser battery at 4,000mAh. It’s priced at $299. The company also announced a Motorola One 5G Ace, its most affordable 5G phone at $399, packing a Snapdragon 750G and 6.7in 1080p screen.
They’re only announced for North America at this point, and will roll out in the US on 14 January. We’ll have to wait and see on global availability.