[REVIEW] : Moto G22 arrives in Brazil with four cameras and factory-installed Android 12
Motorola announced, this Thursday (7), the national launch of the Moto G22. The mid-range cellphone launched internationally early last month, with factory-installed Android 12, 90Hz display and battery promising more than a day’s worth of use, even for those who use the device a lot.
At every turn, Motorola is further expanding its already spacious mid-range lineup under the Moto G name. The latest member of the family is the Moto G22 and it arrives with essentially the same premise as all the others, when you ignore the Moto G100 and 200: a simple intermediate mobile phone, with a good construction and which comes with Android already updated.
On the outside, the Moto G22 screen delivers images in its 6.5 inches, in HD+ resolution and with a 90Hz update. A hole at the top hides the front camera, capable of recording selfies with 16 megapixels. On the back, a quadruple lens array shoots at 50-megapixels, ultra-wide at 8-megapixels and uses the latter two sensors for those macro moments and background blur, at 2-megapixels each.
Motorola’s new phone has 128 GB of memory
Inside, the new Motorola mobile phone uses a Helio G37 chip, accompanied by 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, all this taking care of Android 12, which comes standard and continues with this look. own system, used by the manufacturer in all your devices – of all lines.
If in terms of hardware, screen and cameras the Moto G22 does not impress, in terms of battery it does well with its 5000 mAh which can certainly provide power for the mobile phone works more than a day away from the socket. When it needs to be recharged, an adapter included in the package delivers 20 watts, speeding up this process.
When and how much?
The new Moto G22 is now available for sale in Brazil in blue, black and green, with a suggested retail price of R$1,699. With operators and linked to a package, the value of the mobile phone can drop.
Moto G22: technical sheet
|Screen:||6.5-inch HD+ IPS LCD display (1600 x 720 pixels)
|Processor:||Mediatek MT6765V/CB Helio G37 (12 nm) Octa-core with up to 2.3 GHz|
|Storage room:||128 Go|
|Rear cameras:||Main: 50 MP (f/1.8) Ultrawide: 8 MP (f/2.2)
Macro: 2MP (f/2.4)
Depth: 2 MP (f/2.4)
|Video:||1080 up to 30 fps|
|Front camera :||16MP (f/2.5)|
|Operating system:||Android 12|
|Connections:||Wi-Fi 5 (2.4GHz and 5GHz)NFC
Bluetooth 5.0 (A2DP and LE)
GPS (A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO)
|Drums:||5,000 mAh22 watt charge (in box)|
|Others:||Fingerprint reader (side)|
|Dimensions:||164 x 75 x 8.5mm|
Motorola Moto G22 arrives in India with faster charging, sales start April 13
The Motorola Moto G22 unveiled last month made its debut today in India. It comes in a single 4GB/64GB memory configuration with two color options: Cosmic Black and Iceberg Blue. There is also a third version called Mint Green which will arrive later while the Pearl White model has been skipped for the Indian market.
The Moto G22 is powered by the Helio G37 SoC and runs an ad-free “near-stock” version of Android 12. The smartphone is built around a 6.5″ 90Hz HD+ LCD display with a punch-hole in the center the 16 MP selfie camera. On the back we have a 50MP main camera joined by 8MP ultra wide, 2MP macro and 2MP depth units.
The budget smartphone packs a 5,000mAh battery that supports 20W charging instead of 15W in India. This is no surprise since this is not the first time that Motorola has launched a smartphone in India with faster charging. Last December, the phone maker launched the Moto G51 5G in the Asian country with 20W charging support, which is twice as fast as the Chinese and international G51 5G units capped at 10W.