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Moto G Pure is a $ 160 telephone that’s obtainable virtually in all places within the US

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  • The Moto G Pure.

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  • The front. That’s a sizable chin, but this is a $ 160 phone.

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  • The back.

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  • The Motorola logo is also a fingerprint reader.

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  • The bottom with a USB-C port, a speaker and a microphone.

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  • Looking for the headphone jack? That is at the top.

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  • The teardrop notch.

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The newest device in Lenovo’s Moto G lineup is the Moto G Pure, a low-end phone for $ 159.99 that is coming to the US and Canada.

Specifications include a 6.5-inch 1600 × 720 LCD; a MediaTek Helio G25 (that’s eight Cortex-A53 CPUs built on a 12 nm process); 3GB RAM; 32 GB memory; and a 4000 mAh battery. There’s a microSD slot – which will most likely be needed since the phone only has 32GB of storage – and a headphone jack. The camera hump on the back makes its best flagship impression, but in terms of hardware, you get a 13 MP camera, 2 MP “depth sensor”, and an LED flash. The front camera has 5 MP.

The body is made entirely of plastic. The front has a teardrop-shaped camera notch with a big chin on the button, but again, the phone is cheap here. The Motorola logo on the back is also a fingerprint reader, which is a nice touch. The phone supports 2.4 and 5 GHz 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac and Bluetooth 5, but unfortunately there is no NFC. The USB-C port supports 10W charging and the phone comes with Android 11.

Motorola is very good at selling these cheap phones in the US and it has a long list of partners. At the moment there are only details about the US launch; the phone will go on sale on October 14th at Best Buy, Walmart, B&H Photo, Amazon, Motorola.com and Verizon. According to Motorola, the phone will be available for T-Mobile, Metro by T-Mobile, AT&T, Cricket, US Cellular, Consumer Cellular, Boost Mobile, Xfinity Mobile, Spectrum Mobile and Republic Wireless “in the coming months”.

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