Moto G52: from Motorola the new mid-range with AMOLED and more power

The new Moto G52 4G, the mid-range smartphone that Lenovo will offer for Motorola on various continental markets, sacrifices 5G on the altar of a performance improvement, a structural diet, and the integration of an AMOLED panel.
Moto G52: from Motorola the new mid-range with AMOLED and more power

Not really unexpectedly, since even the official wallpapers had been running online for about a week, Lenovo has unveiled a new G series smartphone after last month’s G22 model: it is the Moto G52 which, compared to last year’s model, improves on several points, while losing 5G.

Expected soon in various European markets starting from 249.99 euros, the Moto G52 4G has a chassis (160.98 x 74.46 x 7.99 mm, for 169 grams) in Charcoal Gray and Porcelain White, waterproof and immune to dust according to the degree, very basic, IP52: presented as ideal for having “entertainment at your fingertips”, it puts in place all the necessary for the purpose, starting from the display, which, from 6.6 inches in FullHD + resolution according to an aspect ratio of 20: 9, with 402 PPI, full color gamut support DCI-P3 and 90 HZ, is an AMOLED panel contained between non-optimized frames, especially on the obvious chin. The self-camera, from 16 megapixels (1.0 micrometers, f / 2.45), is placed in a hole in the top center while, on the side, in the power button, is the fingerprint scanner.

The “pill” on the back on the left houses a triple camera: in the same, a 50 megapixel main sensor operates (f / 1.8, 0.64 micrometer pixel, quad-pixel pixel binning technology for sharper photos in low light, autofocus, video up to FullHD @ 30fps), followed by an ultra-wide angle ideal for landscapes, 8 megapixel (f / 2.2, 1.12 micrometers), and a 2 megapixel (f / 2.4) Macro lens. To accompany the entertainment, in an engaging way during movies, deep and full when listening to music, are two stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos, in an audio segment that also includes 2 microphones and the 3.5 mm mini-jack.

Compared to the predecessor, a 20% performance improvement is brought by the processor chosen for the Moto G52, or the octacore (2.4 GHz) Snapdragon 680 flanked by his Adreno 610 graphics card: the RAM reaches 4 and 6 GB, while the storage, expandable via microSD up to 1 TB (but giving up the second SIM), includes sizes from 128 and 256 GB.

Moving on to the “energy unit” segment, Lenovo has equipped the Moto G51 with the 30W TurboPower fast charging via Type-C as an expedient to rush to the rescue and top up the large 5,000 mAh energy reserve. Apart from the absent 5G, the connection array is complete, with GPS, Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC module for contactless payments and the aforementioned Dual nanoSIM with 4G. Finally, as always, it is the proprietary My UX interface, sober and with its Moto Actions (gesture), that supports the Android version which here coincides with 12.


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