Moto G31- specs and features
Motorola recently unveiled an array of its G series smartphones and all of them will be coming to India. The arrivals have started with the brand new Moto G31, which is the first phone in the series to have been launched in India. Besides the Moto G31, other models in the series include the premium Moto G200 to the mid-range G71 and the budget G31. The Moto G31 is the first of the five smartphones to arrive in India, priced at Rs 12,999 for the base 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant, while the 6GB RAM and 128GB storage option is priced at Rs. 14,999.
Build and water resistance feature- The Moto G31 smartphone features a polycarbonate unibody that has a fine-groove-like pattern at the back that adds to the grip. While it’s made of polycarbonate, it does not feel cheap, and even has an IPX2 rating for water resistance.
Display- The Moto G31 features a 6.4-inch AMOLED hole-punch display, which is becoming common for smartphones in mid-range segment now. The display is also accompanied by a standard 60Hz refresh rate.
Processor- There is MediaTek G85 SoC under the for the Moto G31, which has a clock speed of 2GHz. This processor has a maximum clock speed of 2GHz and is manufactured using a 12nm fabrication process.
Battery- There is a massive 5000mAh battery and that comes with a 20W charger too. Motorola has included this 20W charger in the box especially for the Indian market while the global variant was unveiled with a 10W charger.
RAM and storage- The Moto G31 smartphone is available in two storage variants that is the base 4GB RAM and 64GB storage variant and then the higher 6GB RAM and 128GB storage option.
Camera- The Moto G31 comes packed with three rear cameras which is headlined by a pretty solid 50-megapixel primary sensor. This is then followed by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, and another 2-megapixel macro shooter. For your selfie duties and video chats, the smartphone has a 13-megapixel front-facing camera. Motorola claims that the 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera does double duty as a depth sensor, so it doesn’t need a dedicated one like the G30 had.