Moto G62 5G Released In India, Starting At Rs 17,999 ($225)


Moto G62 5G

Motorola is gradually expanding its smartphone family in India. Recently, the company unleashed the Moto G62 5G smartphone with a few impressive features. What’s more important, it doesn’t cost a fortune.

Note: This is not the same product launched before.

In fact, we are talking about a pocket-friendly smartphone that brings not only 5G network support but also a few features inherited from higher-end models.

Moto G62 5G Specs and Price

First, the Moto G62 comes with a 6.5-inch FHD display, which supports a 120Hz refresh rate. Plus, the rest of the display parameters include 405ppi pixel density and a 20:9 screen ratio.

Inside, the handset hosts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 chipset. The latter is accompanied by up to 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB of UFS 2.2 native storage. There is also a 5,000 mAh battery that supports 20W fast charging. As said above, one of the selling points of the Moto G62 is the support for the 5G network. However, besides this, it also supports 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and a USB type-C port. The phone runs on the Android 12 system.

Moto G62 5G screen

Also, we have to mention this is an IP52-rated smartphone. In simple words, this means the device I protected from limited dust ingress and from water spray less than 15 degrees from vertical.

This budget-friendly smartphone also features a good camera. The triple camera module on the back consists of a 50-megapixel primary quad-function lens, an 8-megapixel wide-angle lens, and a 2-megapixel macro lens. On the opposite side, we have a 16MP camera, which should provide good video calls and selfies.

Moto G62 5G back

The newly-announced Moto G62 is already available for purchase through Flipkart and offline retail stores. There are two memory variants you can choose from. The 6GB + 128GB model costs Rs 17,999 ($225) and the 8GB + 128GB version comes at Rs 19,999 ($250). Also, there are two colors – Midnight Gray and Frosted Blue.

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