Prior to this time, we have seen devices from Motorola like the G stylus which sold at $299 and the G Power which sold at $199 and the G Play at $169. All the devices mentioned are in the G line-up from Motorola and come with decent specs at their individual prices, but it is time to go down the price chart.
At $10 less than the G Play you can get yourself the all new G Pure which starts off at $159 one device that fits itself into this price point is the Nokia 3.4. Certainly a drop in price also means a drop in the phone’s general ability, but at this price point you will not be looking for something overspeced.
Quick specs of the Moto G Pure
This device decently packs a 4000mAh battery, a MediaTek Helio G25 chipset, which is really not the best at this price point. In terms of camera abilities, this device packs a 13MP main camera and a 2MP depth sensor, bringing the total number of rear cameras to two. It also has a 5MP selfie camera.
The storage capacity on this device is a bit generous, with its 3 GB RAM capacity and 32 GB ROM capacity. The Moto G Pure is also water-resistant to a certain extent, with its IP52 water resistance the device is protected from light splashes of water against the screen. For your security, the device has a fingerprint sensor and a face scanner. It also runs Android 11.Share This Article