Motorola has launched its new phone Moto G9 for the public in India. The latest model comes just after their previous model Moto G9 which wasn’t launched in India. Moto G8 got to see the light of the day in Brazil in March. The Moto G9 offers a triple rear camera setup, with 48 primary sensors. It also offers 20W fast charging and a large 6.5-inch display. Moto G9 will be competing against phones like Samsung’s M21, Redmi Note Pro 9, etc.
The phone has been priced at Rs. 11,999 in India, for the 4GB RAM+64 GB storage variant. People can get their hands on the latest Moto G9 through Flipkart. The phone will be up for the sale from the 31st of August. And the device comes in two unique colors, Forest Green and Sapphire Blue.
The phone runs on Android 10, has 6.5 HD+ Max Vision TFT display, and rocks an octa-core Qualcomm 662 SoC. The camera is a triple-lens setup with a 48 Megapixel sensor being the primary one. It has an f/1.7 lens and is based on Quad Pixel technology. Also, the phone has an 8 Megapixel front camera lens.
Moto G9 comes with a storage of 64 GB which can also be expanded to 512 GB. The phone has a variety of connectivity options, such as GPS, NFC, USB Type-C, Headphone jack, VoLTE, etc. Sensors such as accelerometer, ambient light, gyroscope, proximity, and SAR sensor. It also has a fingerprint sensor at the backside of the phone.
The phone has a huge battery of 5000mAh which also has fast charging, and is said to deliver a two-day battery life on a single charge.