The Motorola Moto G8 is reportedly still a few months away. However, we all know that Motorola is anything but good at keeping secrets.
Don't expect this Motorola Moto G8 to bring unbelievable specs, yet expect it to succeed. This is because Brazil simply loves the Motorola G range. And no wonder.
Motorola Moto "G" gives us quality at a great price and that's what you always expect from the brand. It was at Google that this kind of philosophy started and now, even though Lenovo owns it, it still has the same thinking. In summary, the Motorola Moto G8 will be like everyone else. Good price, good specs (for the price) and pure Android.
Possible Motorola Moto G8 Specifications
- 5.7 "screen 19: 9 inches
- HD + Resolution (1520x720p)
- LCD screen technology
- MediaTek Helio P60 'or P70 processor
- 3GB and 4GB RAM
- 32GB and 64GB internal memory
- Rear biometric sensor
- 4000 mAh battery
- Android Pie on its release
Looking at these specifications we realize that the goal of the Motorola Moto G8 will remain the same as its predecessors. Do not pull too much on price and bring relevant technology to everyone.
We may question MediaTek processors, but the chip brand is even doing a good job that deserves to be highlighted. Xiaomi, for example, looked back at the brand on its new Redmi Note 8.
Motorola needs to bet even more
But I think it's time for us to see Motorola attack even more. It's time to look at the competition head on. Especially the competition that threatens you the most. Ie Samsung and Xiaomi.
Intermediate smartphones from Samsung and Xiaomi are already starting to feature OLED (or AMOLED) displays with features like the in-screen biometric sensor. Right now Motorola is far from doing it in a mid range.
Finally, I believe it is time to look at the European market again. Europe needs a Motorola. Nokia's success in our market is an example of this. A cheap, quality smartphone with pure Android.
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