Motorola G8 Plus – Review
The Moto G8 Plus carries more options to the table with a flexible camera system, stereo speakers, negligible bezels and a brilliant battery on board. It’s a good budget mobile, despite the fact that it has a couple of issues.
• Good Triple Camera System
• Stereo Speakers
• Long Battery Life
• Okayish Performance
• Camera need further improvements
- Display : 6.3″ FHD+ AMOLED
- Operating System : Android Pie
- Processor : Qualcomm Snapdragon 665
- Memory : 4GB
- Storage : 64GB
- Primary Camera : 48MP Wide + 16MP Ultra-Wide + 5MP Depth Sensor
- Front Camera : 25MP
- Battery : 4000 mAh
Coming with a mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 processor, well, it performs like one. But what it is being offered at ? It’s good enough. With 4GB of RAM you won’t see any lag while multitasking and your apps, well most of those light ones atleast, will remain loaded in the background not making it laggy while shifting from one social media to another like we all do.
and well, It works for what it’s worth. And that too without any after purchase regrets.
The Moto G8 Plus has a marginally greater screen than the G7 Plus at 6.3-inches. It is a FHD+ LCD Panel with a drop-notch
It a 19:9 ratio display, which is good for watching vidoes, as they’re frequently in that ratio. The screen is topped with a layer of Panda Glass which is like the famous Corning glass solution for assurance against drops
Motorola has updated the G-series to significantly better triple camera arrangement. The cameras on the Moto G8 Plus comprise of an main 48MP sensor with a f/1.7 aperture with a 16MP ultra-wide camera lens with a 117-degree field of view and a 5MP depth sensor helps in the portrait mode. On the front, there’s a 25MP selfie camera with a f/2.0 aperture.
The main shooter can record 4K at 30fps and Full HD at upto 120fps while the wide-edge camera and selfie camera can just record at 1080p. The device has an electronic stabilisation for recordings, which is pretty good at what it’s supposed to do making the films balanced out.
Coming packed with a 4000 mAh Battery, G8 Plus will usually make through the whole day on a single charge on moderate usage like Whatsapp, Instagram or Facebook. Pitch in half an hour of gaming like PUBG or Call Of Duty – Mobile, You’ll find yourself finding a charger. But still not soon.
Motorola G8 Plus starts at Rs. 13,999.
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