Motorola’s Moto G product line has now ushered in a new member at a reasonable price— Moto G Pure. This $160 (approximately RMB 1,030) device is equipped with a MediaTek Helio G25 chip, 3GB RAM and 32GB built-in storage, and supports up to 512GB microSD card expansion. Its front is equipped with a 6.5-inch water drop LCD screen with a resolution of 720p and a refresh rate of only 60Hz.
In terms of battery life, which is relatively more important for low-end machines, Moto G Pure has a built-in 4,000mAh battery and uses a USB-C connector. The body has an IP52 waterproof function, the Moto logo on the back also has a fingerprint function, and the phone also supports face unlocking, and it also retains a 3.5mm headphone jack. As for the shooting part, there is a combination of a 13MP main camera and a 2MP depth camera on the back, and a 5MP selfie camera on the front, both of which support 1080p 30fps video recording. The device will be pre-loaded with Android 11 before leaving the factory, and features such as NFC and 5G are not shown in the specification sheet.
Moto G Pure will be pre-sold in the U.S. from October 14th, and will also be available in the Canadian market afterwards.