Moto G84 released in India, 50MP camera and Snapdragon 695

It seems Motorola is highly focusing on the Indian market. In a huge competition it is aggressively entering. The Moto G84 released in India officially at the end of all rendering.

According to the schedule, Moto G84 launched and open sales is on the way. It features a flat screen display and dual camera shape. As an almost budget device its design is comparatively satisfying.

Moto G84 released

Moto G84 released in India with only single storage configurations. It offers Marchmallow Blue (vegan leather), Midnight Blue (glass) and Viva Magenta (vegan leather) colour variants. It has two vegan leather variants and a single 3D premium PMMA variant, the weight of these are 168.3g and 166.8g, respectively.

Moto G84 released

The single storage variant is 12+256GB that costs 19,999 INR (~241 USD). With an offer you can get 1,000 INR discounts. Open sales will start from September 8 in India.

Moto G84 specifications

Moto G84 released in India with a 6.55 inch display of 10-bit pOLED panel, Full HD+ resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, 1300 nits peak brightness and IP54 rated. It has 7.6mm thick build quality, many upcoming and recently released devices are getting very slim as previous markets. Like iQOO Z7 Pro, Infinix Zero 30 5G etc.

Moto G84 specs

In the dual panel, led by a 50MP primary camera of f/1.88 aperture with OIS support and an 8MP ultra-wide sensor. On the other hand, front screen bears a 16MP selfie camera.

Moto G84 global release

Now let’s come to the core part that can hugely impact any phone. It is powered by the Snapdragon 695 5G SoC that delivers 2.8GHz clock speed from the Cortex-A78 prime core. It runs on Android 13 OS and is said to give one OS update and three years of security patches. It features up to 12GB RAM and 256GB storage, packs a 5,000mAh battery and a 33W wired charger.

Moto G84 global release

Don’t worry about the 3.5mm headphone jack. Moto G84 brings it, also an in-display fingerprint sensor, dual stereo speakers and NFC support.

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