Motorola Moto G20 User Manual & Review – The front view looks classic, the screen design used is still with a waterdrop notch no in-screen front camera or punch-hole. The screen size is the 6.5-inch screen is called “Max Vision”. Standard resolution HD+, but above average refresh rate reaches 90Hz like a gaming smartphone.
The large screen is also paired with a large capacity battery of 5,000 mAh. This phone already uses a USB-C port, unfortunately charging is only limited to 10W, but does not support fast charging. Motorola claims the Moto G20 can stream video for up to 12 hours, or access your favorite websites for up to 18 hours.
Although affordable, Motorola has installed four complete camera sensors on the rear body. The 48MP f/1.7 main sensor supports the Quad Pixel 4-in-1, producing high-quality 12MP images. While the other three sensors are 8MP and two 2MP sensors. Video recording is capable of reaching a resolution of 1080p 30fps with additional EIS.
What is interesting is the camera features, Motorola Moto G20 supports night mode, “Photoactive” for motion effects, and “High-resolution zoom”. The latter function works just like the Google Pixel, where the smartphone will take a multi-frame digital zoom photo in an instant, and combine it into one high-quality photo.
For performance, the Moto G20 is powered by 4GB of RAM combined with 64/ 128GB internal storage options, plus microSD cards up to 1TB can still be added. What’s special is the chipset, using an octa-core Unisoc T700, designed specifically for Motorola.
The chip has an eight-core CPU architecture, more specifically the 2-core Cortex A75, combined with the Mali G52 850MHz GPU. With a 38% performance improvement over the previous Unisoc series, the Moto G20 is good enough to play games or perform photography and videography functions.