If you are unaware, Moto G8 Power is going to hit Indian market sometime in April end. Due to the Corona Virus Epidemic the launch might as well get affected. As of now sources say, that the launch is going to happen by 29th of April 2020. Given the current circumstances that might change. In any case, if it does we battery fanatics should be ready.
My father is a businessman and he loves more battery. And this is one of those phones having Gigantic battery pack. This version of Moto is going to have 5000 MAH battery pack supporting you to do whatever you want to do through out the day. No matter how you use it and what you use it for the battery is going to last for days as company claims.
Here is the video that Moto has launched for the phone:
The slogan of the phone is unplug and unleash. Because it comes with tremendous specifications as well. Here are those magnetic specifications that is going to bring you closer to making your mind up for buying this beast of a phone.
According to Motorola’s website:
Experience the power to be your creative best. Say hello to moto g8power. With its 5000 mAh battery, you can go more than 2 days on a single charge*—and do the things you want without worrying about recharging. Shoot photos from close up, far away, or anywhere in between with an AI-powered quad camera system. And thanks to the 6.4” Max Vision Full HD+ display and dual stereo speakers tuned by Dolby®, you’ll have an all-access pass to the world of entertainment. New moto g8 power. Unplug. Unleash.
Moto G8 Power Specifications
- 5000 mah Battery
- Artificial Intelligence Quad Camera system
- Android 10 by default
- 4 GB Ram
- 64 GB inbuilt memory and expandable up to 512 GB
- 6.4″ display
- 16 Megapixel rear camera and 16 megapixel front camera
- 3.5 mm headset Jack
These are the specifications that are really going to matter for you to decide whether to buy it or not. For detailed descriptions around the specifications area of the phone, you can visit this link.
Let us know what do you think of this beast of a phone and whether you think it is best to change the phone you are using right now with this one or would you consider any other phone in the same price range.
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