Motorola Moto G22 review
Moto G22 is a budget Android smartphone with a 90Hz screen, a 50MP quad rear & a 16MP punch-hole camera, a big 5,000mAh battery supported by a 15W charger, NFC & Bluetooth 5 connectivity options, a side-fingerprint scanner, etc.
Motorola Moto G22 includes a 6.5-inch IPS LCD panel with a punch-hole cutout. The phone has narrow bezels and a thick chin notch which offers a total of more than 84% of the screen-to-body ratio. Besides, it has a 90Hz display with an HD+ resolution of 720x1600px and 268PPI.
Motorola Moto G22 is powered by an entry-grade MediaTek Helio G37 (12nm) SoC with 8-performing cores. And, it is paired with 4GB RAM and a PowerVR GE8320 GPU for assisting selfies and video calls. As for the software, the phone runs on the Android v12 operating system out of the box.
Motorola smartphone carries a 50MP triple-rear camera onboard. It has a 50MP main camera with an aperture of f/1.8, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor with 118˚ viewing angle, and two 2MPs’ of a macro camera and a depth sensor. On the other side, the phone flaunts a 16MP selfie camera inside the punch-hole.
The smartphone packs a prominent 5,000mAh non-removable Li-Po battery under the hood. Also, it is supported by a 15W fast charger that cuts extra time for charging. Considering the details, it might draw the attention of buyers looking for a big battery smartphone at a budget price in India.