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Moto G8 Power Lite Unboxing review

Moto G8 PowerLite offers a 6.5-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 1540 x 720 pixels with a aspect ratio of 20: 9. It has a cut for the 8 MP front camera

Motorola plans to launch the new (Moto G8 PowerLite) phone at a price equivalent to $ 185, and will be available initially in Germany and Brazil. It will be launched later in the rest of Europe, Latin America, as well as countries in Asia and Australia in the coming weeks


Unboxing the Motorola Moto G8 Power, plus a full tour of the specs, quad lens camera tech, and Android 10 UI. Undoubtedly the Moto G8 Power is going to be one of the best budget smartphones of 2020, thanks to its huge 5000mAh battery, smart features and cheap £230 UK asking price. But is it your next mobile? Here's an in-depth hands-on to help you decide, ahead of my full review. Motorola is still a champion of budget blowers and the G8 Power looks like a smart evolution of the older G7. You get the same enormous battery, plus a FHD+ IPS display and stereo speaker setup like the G8 Plus. Definitely a strong setup for any media lovers. Likewise, the Snapdragon 665 chipset and 4GB RAM means smooth (ish) performance on the cheap. I'm also going to be fully testing that fresh camera hardware ahead of my Moto Power review. There's an ultra wide angle and telephoto lens, for full flexibility - although no night mode sadly. The lack of NFC aside, the Moto G8 Power is looking like one of Motorola's best smartphones ever, certainly providing excellent value for money. Check out my comparison vs the Plus, coming straight after this unboxing goes live!