Motorola unveils Moto G9 Power with Moto 6000 mAh battery

When you hear the “hello moto” jingle, you might think of old Motorola phones or solid modern day budget devices. Now, when you hear the chime, you can think of impressive battery life with the Moto G9 Power. The Moto G9 Power has a fairly large 6000 mAh battery, so you can go for several days without charging. The G9 Power also has some other decent features, which we’ll dive down to.

The Moto G9 Power’s first big selling point is the battery for which the phone gets its “power” part of its name. At 6000 mAh, Motorola claims that it is “the largest battery we have in a Motorola phone.” They estimate that the phone can run for up to 60 hours, but actual operating conditions may vary. Once you finally run out of battery, the phone is reported to be charging 20W fast. Although it is “fast”, such a large battery will take some time to get back to full charge.

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Going by other specs, the phone packs a 6.8 ”Max Vision HD + display. This display will let you see all the details captured on the device with a 64MP quad pixel primary shooter. If you take selfies, Motorola has also given a 16MP front camera with quad pixel technology. The quad pixel technology “ensures that each photo is 4x sharper and brighter thanks to more light sensitivity,” but we’ll have to see what it looks like if we get our hands on a device.

Under the hood, there’s 4GB of RAM attached to the low-end Snapdragon 662 chip. Although this is not a core part of mobile technology, it will definitely get the job done. The board also has 128GB of storage with all the pictures, videos and apps you can fit. If you want to choose this device, it is currently available in Argentina and other selected European countries, starting at 199.99 EUR (approximately $ 240). He will enter different continents next week, hoping he can come to North America.

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