Today, after a long way of rumors and leaks, the Moto G10 and the Moto G30 were finally announced. They are budget friendly phones with a few selling points that now come our way from Lenovo.

Moto G10

Both models sport a 6.5-inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 720 x 1600 pixels and a waterdrop notch. However, the Moto G10 has a screen that supports the standard 60Hz refresh rate, while the Moto G30 support a 90Hz refresh rate.

Two models have a plastic back cover that hosts a fingerprint recognition module embedded into the Motorola logo. There is also a well-recognized dedicated Google Assistant key. These phones are also IP52-certified for dust and water resistance.

Inside, the Moto G10 carries a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC paired with a 4GB RAM. The Moto G30 comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chipset along with either a 4GB RAM or a 6GB RAM. The G10has 64GB or 128GB internal storage, while the G30 only comes in a single 128GB version. But both support a MicroSD card slot to expand the storage up to 512GB.

The Moto G10 and the Moto G30 feature a quad-camera module with the same 8MP ultra-wide lens, 2MP macro lens, and 2MP depth sensor. But the Moto G30 has a 64MP primary snapper and a 13MP selfie camera, compared to a 48MP primary sensor and an 8MP front-facing camera on the Moto G10.

Under the hood, these phones carry a 5,000mAh battery. The Moto G30 supports 20W Turbopower 20 charging technology, while the Moto G10 does 10W charging only. Anyway, both of them Android 11 with Motorola UX on top of it.

The Moto G10 will start at €150, whereas the Moto G30 will set you back €180.

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