From PC Mag: If you can’t wait for CES, Motorola has you covered. This morning, the company announced three updates to its beloved G-series smartphones along with the Motorola One 5G Ace, its least expensive 5G phone to date.
The new budget trio is made up of the Moto G Play, Moto G Power, and Moto G Stylus. If those names sound familiar, it’s because Motorola discontinued its sequential naming convention last year. And although the names may be the same, the entire lineup got a sleek makeover for 2021, with each phone sporting a unique style.
Coming in at $169.99, the Moto G Play is the least expensive of the bunch and is available in blue and gray. It sports a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a teardrop notch for the 5MP selfie camera. On the back you’ll find Motorola’s familiar fingerprint sensor, but the round camera module that has graced the back of Motorola’s phones for years is gone. In its place you’ll find a square camera stack with a 13MP primary lens and a 2MP depth sensor.
In addition to the G-series lineup, Motorola also announced its least expensive 5G phone. Starting at $399.99, the Motorola One 5G Ace works on sub-6GHz 5G networks.
View: Full Article