Motorola Moto G84: A Midrange Marvel at an Affordable Price

Motorola Moto G84

If you can recall, the Motorola Moto G84 was recently teased by the brand on Flipkart last week. Well, the teasing game is over, as the brand has just debuted the latest midrange smartphone to the market.

Of course, the Motorola Moto G84 might really not be that exciting to most. After all, it comes with a relatively old chipset. But for the price, the smartphone is really a good overall package.

Motorola Moto G84 Main Highlights

Under the hood, the Motorola Moto G84 packs a Snapdragon 695 chipset. While it’s a reasonably dated mid-range chipset, it still has what it takes to handle most of your day-to-day tasks. As a matter of fact, you can also get a reasonably smooth gaming experience on it. Just don’t expect to play on the highest graphical settings.


On the front, the Motorola Moto G84 features a 6.5-inch OLED display. It’s a 10-bit panel with a 120Hz refresh rate. As it’s a 10-bit panel, the screen can deliver exceptionally accurate images. Also, Motorola promised a peak brightness of 1300 nits, which means the display will be easy to view even under direct sunlight.

Besides, the screen of the Moto G84 comes with a 240Hz touch sampling rate. This, combined with the 120Hz refresh rate, will give you a buttery smooth user experience.

Back Camera

When it comes to the camera setup, the Motorola Moto G84 features a 50MP primary sensor on the back. It’s a 1/1.5” sensor with a 1.0µm pixel size and has a f/1.88 lens. It boasts Dual PDAF and OIS, ensuring a smooth and reliable camera experience. In addition, the phone sports an 8MP ultrawide sensor, which has a 118-degree FOV.

Both the cameras on the back have support for 4K 30 FPS, meaning you can capture stunning videos with higher clarity and details. Also, the Moto G84 supports Auto Night Vision, letting you take better photos even at night. And on the front, the Moto G84 comes with a 16MP shooter. It’s housed inside a centered punch hole.

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Other Specs and Pricing Information

Even though the Motorola Mota G84 is a lower mid-range phone, it does have some high-end features. For example, it has Dolby Atmos support and Moto Spatial Sound. These two will offer you immersive audio, letting you get a highly enjoyable entertainment and gaming experience.

Speakers of Moto G84

When it comes to the software, the Motorola Moto G84 comes with Android 13. And the great part is that Motorola has promised that the phone will get Android 14 soon. In addition, the device is set for 3 years of security updates, which is a great thing for a mid-range device.

Battery and Charging

Besides that, the Motorola Moto G84 comes with a 5000mAh battery. With the energy-efficient chipset, this large-sized battery should offer a good overall runtime with a single charge. On that note, the phone supports 30W fast charging, and Motorola ships a 30W charging brick in the box.

Motorola Moto G84 Pantone

Other notable specs of the Motorola Moto G84 include Bluetooth 5.1, NFC, WiFi 6, dual sim slots for two nano cards, and a 3.5mm audio jack. Also, Motorola is continuing its partnership with Pantone, making this brand-new mid-range device an eye-catching Viva Magenta color option.

Color Options Moto G84

Apart from the Viva Magenta color, the phone is available in Marshmallow Blue and Midnight Blue. The Viva Magenta ships with a faux leather panel, the Marshmallow Blue comes with a vegan leather back, while the Midnight Blue has a regular back panel.

Regarding the price tag, the Moto G84 comes with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. And it starts at $245, which is a really good price for a phone that’s packed with features.

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