Motorola is preparing Moto G22, a low-cost phone based on a 5G MediaTek chipset and that’s it

Motorola continues the line of Moto G launches by delivering the G22, a model for buyers with a budget of up to 200 euros, who want a big screen phone, 5G and a generous capacity battery.

Almost no effort on the design side, Motorola delivers the new Moto G22 in a case with plastic finishes and a slightly thicker frame around the screen, cut roughly following the example of rival Galaxy S22, but with a more prominent hollow “chin” at the bottom.

Originally expected with the MediaTek Helio P35 chipset, the Moto G22 seems to be delivered with a slightly better version of the Helio G37. The Moto G22 comes with a 5000 mAh battery and a 6.5-inch IPS screen with HD + resolution and 90Hz refresh rate.

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Moto G22

Compensating somewhat for the not-so-high-performance chipset, the 4GB RAM is a big plus over other very low-priced smartphone models, being sufficient for comfortable use of Android applications.

The list of features also includes a dedicated key for the Google Assistant service, a fingerprint sensor on the back, a 3.5mm jack headphone output and an IP52-certified case for protection against contact with water and dust.

The phone will have a photo configuration with 50MP main sensor and f / 1.8 lens, 8MP ultra-wide camera with f / 2.2 lens and 118 ° aperture, along with a 2MP macro camera. The perforation applied centrally on the screen with AMOLED technology, gives way to a 16MP front camera.

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Expected at around 200 euros, the Motorola Moto G22 could be one of the cheapest AMOLED phones so far. But certainly not the most desirable.

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