Moto G53 5G Launched with Snapdragon SoC, 50 MP camera and 5000 mAh battery
The Moto X40, Motorola’s newest flagship smartphone, was unveiled at an event held today in China. The device is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor.
The business, now controlled by Lenovo, also introduced the Moto G53, a new mid-range smartphone.
The 5G phone packs a lot of power, with a 5000mAh battery, 120Hz LCD display, and 50MP main camera, among other features. Check out the details and the cost with me.
Moto G53 Specs and Features
The newly released Moto G53 features a 6.5-inch LCD display with a 120Hz refresh rate and a resolution of 720 by 1600 pixels.
The front camera is accessible through a hole punched into the screen. The smartphone runs on an unnamed octa-core Qualcomm 5G chipset and supports MicroSD cards with storage capacities of up to 1024GB, in addition to its 128GB of native storage space.
The Moto G53 has a 50-megapixel main camera sensor and a 2-megapixel depth sensor with LED flash located on its back.
The smartphone’s 8-megapixel camera can be used for high-quality self-shots.
The battery of Motorola’s mid-ranger is 5,000 mAh and it supports 18W charging.
Android version 13.1 is used, and on top of that, MyUi 5.0 has been installed.
In terms of physical dimensions, it clocks in at 162.7 x 74.6 x 8.1mm and a weight of roughly 183 grams.
The fingerprint reader is conveniently located on the phone’s side for added security. The phone has a 3.5mm socket for headphones and standard Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and USB support.
Moto G53 Price and Availability
The starting Moto G53 4GB+128GB model costs 899 Yuan ($129). The phone also available in an 8GB+128GB configuration for a higher price of 1099 Yuan ($157).
It’s accessible in both black and grey colors. At this time, the Chinese market is the only place to purchase the phone. Very soon, it will be introduced in other global markets.