Not satisfied with having presented us his most ambitious smartphone a few hours ago Motorola announces the Motorola Moto G9 Plus. It is a new midranger that had already been leaked recurrently during the past weeks and finally all the information about this attractive device is final.
He Motorola Moto G9 Plus try to capture those looking for a powerful experience for the gaming and amateur photography although, strictly speaking, we cannot say that the hardware of the Moto G9 Plus is not one of the best that we could find for its price range.
Features of the Motorola Moto G9 Plus
From its design, the Moto G9 Plus is a different device from the other powerful midrangers manufacturer. The Moto G9 Plus opts for a design with a 16MP camera embedded in the upper left corner of its 6.81-inch LCD screen and Full HD + image resolution with a 20: 9 aspect ratio.
Being the big brother of the Moto G9 series the Moto G9 Plus is compelled to set a bar for quality and it certainly does. Its rear camera module is equipped with a 64MP sensor on a wide-angle lens, an 8MP sensor on an ultra-wide-angle lens, and with two 2MP sensors on macro and depth lenses, respectively.
This is the best multi-camera we can find on the Moto G9 Series and it makes sense for the most expensive of them all. Nonetheless, the price of the Motorola Moto G9 Plus is considerably affordable considering that it is one of the few Motorola phones with 64MP core sensors.
The power of this smartphone is provided by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 730G processor designed specifically for the gaming and paired in this case with a 4GB LPDDR4X RAM memory chip and with 128GB storage expandable up to 1TB via microSD card.
The Moto G9 Plus is powered by a generous 5000mAh capacity cell that can be charged quickly thanks to TurboCharge technology with up to 30W of power.
Motorola announces the Motorola Moto G9 Plus in “Indigo Blue” and “Rose Gold” colors at an approximate price of US $ 470. At the moment, this smartphone is available exclusively in Brazil but a prompt distribution in Latin America is expected.