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Motorola is preparing the Moto G62, a new 5G phone for around 300 euros

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The Moto G62 receives preview images and a preliminary list of specifications, outlining an interesting option for a low-cost phone with a large battery.

Motorola continues to expand the Moto G family, with the new G62 coming with a modernized design that changes the drop-out cut applied to the front camera with a much more discreet, centrally applied perforation.

Pointing to the slightly wider “chin” left at the bottom and the capacitive fingerprint sensor placed on the back of the case, the 6.5-inch diagonal screen is definitely LCD. But the compromise is not so great, Motorola selecting a copy with FHD + resolution (2460 × 1080 pixels) and refresh rate at 120Hz, more than enough for a smooth experience in Android games.

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The Moto G62 comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage (UFS 2.1), backed by a 5000mAh battery. The Snapdragon 480+ chipset is a 5G model with basic speeds, the main attraction being the purchase price.

It remains to be seen whether the switch from the 108MP Isocell HM2 sensor to the 50MP one offered on the current model really delivers tangible results. According to the chosen strategy. The low-resolution sensor should provide better results in low light conditions.

Motorola will optimize photo performance in low light conditions with a new low-light, AI-assisted capture mode. The capture application will also have functions such as document mode for “scanning” text documents, smudge detection and dual video capture, the latter allowing the simultaneous use of the front camera and the main one for pictures and videos.

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