Motorola is all set to introduce the Moto G84 5G to the Indian market, following the release of its premium Motorola Razr 40 series. Scheduled for debut on September 1st, this new smartphone boasts 5G connectivity. The device will be available in three distinct colors: Midnight Blue, Viva Magenta, and Marshmallow Blue. On its rear panel, you’ll find a dual-camera system housed within two sizable cutouts, while the selfie camera resides within a hole-punch cutout. Emphasizing its budget-friendly focus, the Moto G84 includes a 3.5mm audio jack.
In anticipation of its launch, Motorola has also unveiled the Moto G84 5G’s remarkable features, including its 120Hz 6.5-inch pOLED display. Known for using pOLED panels in various devices, Motorola’s choice ensures deep blacks and vibrant contrast, akin to AMOLED panels seen on other smartphones. However, the underlying components have received enhancements. The display is geared to offer a peak brightness of 1300 nits and HRD10 support.
Furthermore, the Moto G84 impresses with up to 256GB of internal storage and 12GB of RAM. Its rear camera configuration features a 50-megapixel primary camera equipped with OIS, accompanied by an 8-megapixel secondary sensor. Interestingly, Motorola has opted not to include a depth sensor, a contrast to certain Chinese competitors. The ultra-wide camera doubles as a capable macro vision camera.
Taking a cue from other Motorola models, the Moto G84 is equipped with speakers that support Dolby Atmos, as well as “Moto Spatial sound.” The device runs on a robust 5,000mAh battery complemented by 30W Turbopower charging technology. Notably, a charger is included within the package.
Staying true to Motorola’s reputation, the phone boasts a clean Android OS experience. While the phone comes with proprietary apps and features, such as Moto Connect, it also integrates ThinkShield protection to ensure user safety online. This device is assured to receive Android 14 and three years of security updates.
Pricing and processor details for the Moto G84 remain undisclosed at present. Typically falling under Rs 20,000 in India, in line with the G-series tradition, the forthcoming Moto G84 is expected to follow suit. The higher-end variant may exceed the Rs 20,000 mark. In terms of competition, the Moto G84 will rival Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 12 series and Realme’s Realme 11 Pro series.
Motorola may also be considering the launch of an affordable 5G phone to compete with recently introduced models like the Realme 11X and Redmi 12 5G. Samsung has also entered the affordable 5G phone market with the Samsung Galaxy M14, priced at approximately Rs 15,000.