Say hello to the Moto G72 - a capable mid-range phone with content consumption on its mind. It comes with a USB cable, protective case, and a 33W charger, though in some markets you will also get headphones.
Those would end on the good old 3.5mm connector, as the Moto G72 has a built-in audio jack. And it's a useful one as well, supporting Dolby Atmos. The stereo speakers aboard the Moto G72 are also Dolby Atmos-ready.
Continuing the thread of content consumption, the Moto G72 also has a great display - a 6.55-inch OLED with 1080p resolution, and HDR10+ support. It's buttery smooth too at 120Hz.
Moving further down the specs sheet, the Moto G72 has an ample 5,000mAh battery that should last quite a bit - though we'll need to verify that in our review.
Finally, the Moto G72 packs a 108MP main camera that pixel-bins 9-to-1 for resulting 12MP snaps. Next to it are an ultrawide and a macro. A MediaTek Helio G99 handles processing the images as well as the rest of the computing tasks.
Those are impressive specs for a €280 phone, but is the real life performance good enough. Stay tuned for our full review, which is coming right after New Year!
Let me play this backwards!
Considering it has 108 mp camera, I ordered it and I clicked all the pics outdoor in sunny days to get 108mp camera images but it could go beyond 64mp. So it's false publicity done by Moto. It's been more than a year I found few glitch...
Wtf you taklin about im still using moto z2 play from 2018 and it still preform very good even better then a new phones...