Moto G Power
Bottom line: The Moto G Power does not have the best specs or design, but for people with a tight budget, it delivers an enjoyable Android experience for a small amount of money.
Display 6.4-inch LCD, 2300×1080, 60Hz refresh rate
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 665
Cameras 16MP primary, 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro
Charging 10W wired
Battery 5,000 mAh
Water Resistance Water-repellant coating
Easy on the wallet
Up to three-day battery life
Runs most apps/games just fine
Clean, intuitive software
Works with every U.S. carrier
No NFC for Google Pay
Only promised one software update
This list focuses mainly on high-end Android phones, however, for a lot of people, the best Android phone is the one that runs all of their apps and games and keeps them connected with the world costing as few monies as possible. If that’s the kind of phone you’re looking for, Moto G Power is your phone.
Compared to the OnePlus 8 Pro and Galaxy S20+, the Moto G Power is not in that category. It has an LCD display that’s only 60Hz, it features plastic construction, and the cameras are less than impressive. However, If you want a phone that’ll work the way you want the Moto G Power fits the bill perfectly.
The display looks more than good enough for the phone’s low price, it can handle any app or game without decently, and the cameras are perfectly fine for sharing quick pictures on social networks. There’s also a huge 5,000 mAh battery, which can get you through two days of full use on a single charge.