Motorola Moto G Power (2022) Review

Motorola Moto G Power 2022 Review – Budget Brilliance

Wellcome to Motorola Moto G Power 2022 Review. The Moto G Power (2022) is the most recent addition to Motorola’s G Series of low-cost Android smartphones. The phone is still one of the greatest cheap phones available, but it is no longer powered when it comes to battery capacity.

Let’s see Motorola Moto G Power Review


Operating SystemAndroid 13
CPUMediaTek Dimensity 930
Dimensions6.42 by 2.94 by 0.33 inches
Screen Size6.5 inches
Screen Resolution2,400 by 1,080 pixels
Camera Resolution (Rear; Front-Facing)50MP, 2MP, 2MP; 16MP
Battery Life (As Tested)13 hours 35 minutes

Design and Display

Because of its plastic frame, the Moto G Power can’t be mistaken either for a decent phone. The rear camera array fits in nicely with the plastic casing, and while the fingerprint reader might be too near to the cameras, it is super responsive when it comes to unlocking the phone.

 The selfie camera is located at the top-center of the phone’s 6.5-inch LCD screen, in a punch-hole cutout. 94.6 percent of the sRGB color spectrum was recorded by the Moto G Plus (2022). It’s quite dim, with a normal luminance of 407 nits. On bright, hot days, you’ll need to turn up the brightness on your display to its maximum setting. It, like other Moto G phones, makes the 6.5-inch screen feel bigger.

Motorola Moto G Power 2022 Review

Motorola Moto G Power 2022 Review :Performance

Other competitive smartphones, such as the Snapdragon 480 5G-powered OnePlus Nord N200, outperform the Moto G Power (2022). When you tap on an application, there’s still a perceptible lag between when you tap it and when it loads. Geekbench 5 gave the phone single- and multiple-cores scores of 177 and 1,011 respectively. That’s worse than what the Moto G Pure’s Snapdragon 662 system-on-chip delivered early this year.

Software and Special Feature

The Moto G Power (2022) ships with Android 11, and Motorola has promised an upgrade to Android 12, which is now available. For the next two years, you’ll get bi-monthly security upgrades, but the absence of Software updates beyond some recent versions does not bode well for the phone’s lifespan. Our standard critique of Motorola’s upgrade process holds here as well.


The Moto G Power (2022) features a 50MP main camera, which is an upgrade from the previous model’s 48MP. Color and tone are rather more difficult to work with on this phone than on previous Motorola camera phones. I compared it against a Pixel 4a 5G for photo analyses, which was a difficult assignment given that until the Pixel 5a, Google’s device was one of the greatest phone cameras on a cheap.

 Both the Moto G Power (2022) and the Google Pixel 4a 5G are excellent camera phones, but which is the best? The Pixel does a better job of accentuating the wreath’s green color as it is bathed in white light from inside the home. Even if the facial flattening isn’t perfect, the Moto G’s front-facing sensor does a fantastic job with self-portraits.

Battery Life and Charging

The Moto G Power (2022) boasts the third-best battery capacity out of all the phones we’ve tested in the previous 18 months. On our list of the best phone battery life, it’s only behind the Nubia RedMagic 6 and the OnePlus Nord N200. Because Motorola’s recharge speed is capped at 10W, a phone will take 30 minutes to fully charge after 30 minutes of intensive use.


  • The 6.5-inch display is a joy to look at and the battery life lasts all day.
  • Kind gestures of assistance
  • The new model has more space.


  • Android 11 is included in the box.
  • On a 720p panel, there is significant pixelation.
  • The audio isn’t very good.


the Moto G Power 2022 edition provides a smooth speed and long battery life.

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