Moto G22 is a low-cost phone intended for buyers with a budget of up to 200 euros, who want a phone with a large screen, 5G and a generous capacity battery.
With minimal effort on the design side, Motorola delivers the new G22 in a case with plastic finishes and a screen cut to the contour of the case, somewhat reminiscent of rival Galaxy S22, excluding the prominent “chin” left 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. Moto G22 comes with a 5000 mAh battery and a 6.53 inch IPS screen with HD + resolution and 90Hz refresh rate. The configuration would be completed with 4GB of RAM, considerably above the ambitions outlined by other rival products in the lower price range, such as the rival Nokia C2 2nd Edition, still unreleased.
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.
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.