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Moto G Pure Launched At A Price Tag Of $159.99

Lenovo-owned smartphone brand Motorola has added a new smartphone to its Moto G lineup. The name of the smartphone is Moto G Pure. It comes as the most affordable offering priced $10 cheaper than the Moto G Play. The Moto G Pure joins Moto G Power and G Stylus in the G series. Talking about the highlights, the device has an Ultra-wide display, dual-camera, and 4000mAh battery. I have explained all of its specifications and features below in this article.

The Moto G Pure comes with a 6.5-inch Max Vision HD+(1600×720) IPS LCD Display with a 20:9 aspect ratio and 269 PPI pixel density. Although the smartphone is a budget one Display specs look quite good in the segment. In terms of design as expected Moto G Pure has a plastic build. The weight of the device is 188 grams. It has got an IP52 rating which makes it water repellent. There is only one color in which the device is launched: Deep Indigo.

On the performance front, Moto G pure is packed with MediaTek Helio G25 chipset. The Helio G25 is a pretty decent budget SoC. It is built on a 12nm process so it will be power-efficient as well. The elder sibling Moto G Play has Snapdragon 460. In terms of comparison, the Snapdragon 460 will perform a little bit better than Helio G25. So if you have to pick between these two smartphones and performance is your priority then definitely go with G Play.

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Coming to optics, G Pure has a dual-rear camera setup. It includes a 13MP primary sensor with an f/2.2 aperture and a 2 MP depth sensor. On the front, it features a 5MP selfie shooter. Juicing up the device is a modest 4000mAh battery that supports 10W charging. Motorola will also bundle a 10W charger in the box. The device has a USB Type-C port for convenience while charging.

Motorola smartphones come with Stock Android and so is the Moto G Pure. You will get Android 11 out of the box and probably one major Android update in the future. In terms of carrier support, Moto G Play will support all North American 4G bands. There is no support for 5G as it is obvious in the price range.

Lastly, Motorola priced the smartphone at $159.99. It is $10 cheaper than the Moto G Play. As per the availability one can pre-order the unlocked version on 14th October. It will be available to purchase on Best Buy, Walmart, B&H Photo, Amazon and Motorola official website. In case you are looking for a carrier deal then Verizon will provide this phone for free when someone signs up for a new line with a 24-40 month plan. Metro by T-Mobile is also planning to launch a similar offer.

As per me this is a solid budget offering from Motorola. If you are looking to get a smartphone for just $150 then you can consider it. What do you think about Moto G Play? Drop a comment below to let us know.

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