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Motorola is continuing its push into the entry-level 5G market, particularly in Europe, with a number of G-series phones that aim to deliver great value at various price points. This time around, the subject of our review is the Moto G62 - a descendant of the Moto G60 and G60S and the second in rank in this year's G lineup.
It's important to note that the Indian market just got a different Moto G62 with a more powerful Snapdragon 695 chipset, but otherwise identical hardware. The subject of our review is the global version with a Snapdragon 480+ SoC.
The camera setup and large 5,000 mAh battery is shared across half a dozen Moto G phones, from the lowly G32 all the way to the G82. This leaves the screen as the other major difference, alongside the chipset. And the Moto G62 gets a 6.5" IPS LCD panel of buttery smooth 120Hz refresh rate.
The big battery and the less demanding Snapdragon 480+ bode well for the Motorola Moto G62's battery life, but we are taking nothing for granted and will do our usual set of tests to confirm its actual endurance.
The camera setup that is the staple of the Motorola GX2 series includes a 50MP 1/2.76" f/1.8 main camera, aided by an 8MP ultrawide and 2MP macro shooter. We are, interested to see how the budget 50MP sensor performs compared to competitors using the larger 64MP and 48MP sensors.
Let's open the box and see what's inside then.
The Moto G62 comes in a standard retail box with the usual user manuals along with the USB-A to USB-C charging cable and the power adapter output up to 15W. It's not much, but the phone can't go higher anyway, so you won't be missing on anything.
There's also a transparent silicone case, which rounds up a decently stocked retail box, particularly in these days and age when most flagships get a cable and nothing more.
I received my G62 on the 16th of February 2023, and after using it for a few days, here are my pros, cons and neutral parts of the phone (the ones that didn't surprise or disappoint me). Pros: - Stellar design and super light weight - G...
I got the g62 today,and am extremely disappointed as the charger is not charging the phone! So it back to the dealer tomorrow!
GUYS BTW motorola G52 and G62 which one is th best in terms of camera