Motorola moto g manual – not only the flagship smartphone market continues to be enlivened by almost all smartphone manufacturers, at the same time they are also competing competitively for the entry class segment. After the release of several 5G series, Motorola now presents the Moto G30 & Moto G10, coming to fulfill the segment with the best specifications.
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Motorola’s own G series line has long been known to be quite popular in the market, including in Indonesia, before finally stopping competing with the Moto G5s Plus as its last official smartphone. However, this is not true in other countries, especially in the British, American and German territories that are motorola’s domain.
Both have almost exactly the same physical appearance—the difference between the Moto G30 and G10 is in only a few internal specifications. From the outside, both have bright gradation color options with plastic material designed to withstand water & dust, pocket ip52 certification. Specifically the Moto G10, the rear body has a texture like a wave of sea water.
Moto G30 Has a Large 90Hz Screen
Both have large screens, both carrying the dimensions of a 6.5-inch HD+ IPS panel. The Moto G30 is slightly superior here, it has a refresh rate of 90Hz while the Moto G10 is still at 60Hz. The fingerprint sensor is placed on the back body, blending in with the Motorola logo. While the design of the notch above is still a type of waterdrop.
On the camera side, the difference is in the front camera sensor and the rear main camera. For the Moto G30, it is 13MP and 64MP, while the Moto G10 is at 8MP & 48MP. Both have a setup of four rear cameras, the other three sensors are ultra wide-angle 8MP, depth sensor and macro 2MP each.
Like other Motorola smartphone series, the Moto G30 & Moto G10 main sensor supports Quad Pixel technology, combining four individual pixels for better photo quality. Plus a large f/1.7 diphthragm for bright photos in Night Vision mode. Video recording is equally limited in full HD 60fps only.
Running Android 11, Motorola entrusts chipsets from Qualcomm to power these two affordable smartphones. The Moto G30 runs snapdragon 662, while the Moto G10 with the same downclock chip version, the Snapdragon 460. Using the hybrid SIM slot configuration, the largest internal storage reaches 128GB, with up to 6GB of RAM (4GB for the Moto G10).
Both have a battery capacity of 5,000 mAh, the Charging Speed of the Moto G30 is faster up to 20 watts, while the Moto G10 is only at 10 watts only. The rest is the same, use a USB-C port, have a special button for Access Google assistant, to NFC sensors that are quite rarely present in its class.
Moto G30 & Moto G10 Price
Coming with a complete connectivity option, the Moto G10 sells from 149 Euros, available in Iridescent Pearl and Aurora Grey colors. As for the variant with some pluses, the Moto G30 is priced from 179 Euros in two colors (Pastel Sky &Phantom Black).