In the tech world, fall matters a lot. The high season is very busy and many manufacturers are launching new smartphones. Motorola is one of them. The mid-range Moto G9 Plus smartphone was officially presented this Friday, September 11.
Not in US, however, but in Brazil. Nevertheless, we can assume that Motorola will also add the mid-range smartphone to its European catalog and that some room had to be made in the media landscape for the new Moto Razr 5G which had just been made official.
Moto G9 Plus: a solid mid-range
Motorola’s new smartphone is in the mid-range and it shows at first glance: It has black edges and a relatively wide chin at the bottom edge. At the top left, Motorola drilled the 6.8-inch FHD + screen to place a front camera.
On the back of the shiny smartphone is a quadruple camera with a 64-megapixel main sensor, 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle, 2-megapixel macro camera and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. Video recording is possible in 4K resolution with a maximum of 30 frames per second.
Motorola uses the Snapdragon 730G with an Adreno (618) graphics chip. The huge 5000mAh battery can be quickly recharged via TurboPower up to 30 Watts. The battery will likely be the mid-range smartphone’s main selling point, alongside the 3.5-millimeter headphone jack. Moto G9 Plus users also have access to 128 GB of internal memory and Motorola specifies that the RAM is 4 GB.
As the smartphone is currently only available in Brazil, prices for the European market are not yet known. Motorola sells the phone for the equivalent of 360 euros excluding tax. We can therefore expect a price of 359 to 379 euros including tax if it is formalized in Europe.