Moto G50 5G debut: inexpensive smartphone with fifth generation networks and 90 Hz display

Brand Motorola, now belonging to the Chinese giant Lenovo, continues to expand the range of its smartphones. So, today he has released another apparatus, called Moto G50 5G. The new model has a lot of Moto G50 released in March this year, and its main difference is in the processor — instead of the Snapdragon 480 chip from Qualcomm, the Dimensity 700 platform from MediaTek is installed. But first things first.

Almost all the front panel of the new Motorola smartphone occupies a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with HD + resolution (1600×720 points) and unusual for a device for a similar level of an image update at 90 Hz. From above on the screen, you can notice a small drop-shaped cutout — there is a 13 megapixel front camera for selfie and video link. Three more cameras are installed on the rear panel. This is a 48 megapixel main chamber surrounded by 2 megapixel maccakers and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. Supplement triple camera with double LED flash.

The aforementioned MEDIATEK processor is supplemented with 4 GB of operational and 128 GB of built-in memory. The latest can be expanded using microSD memory card. As for the autonomy of the new smartphone, the battery is responsible for it with a capacity of 5000 mAh. It charges through the USB Type-C port with a maximum power of 15 W. The program part is represented by the mobile operating system Android 11, on top of which the Motorola My UX is installed on the branded shell. Among the features of Motorola Moto G50 5G is a fingerprint scanner built into the power button and installed on a side face, a 3.5-millimeter audio part for headphones and an NFC chip for contactless payment.

The first market where the sales of Motorola Moto G50 5G start, became Australia. There it is offered in three colors: gray and green. The recommended retail price of the novelty is 399 Australian dollars or about $ 289 at the current course.