Moto G Power’s main selling point is up to three days of battery life and the phone is really not playing around. Its 5,000mAh battery can easily power you through more than two days of use. It could likely last more than three days with lighter usage, which is really saying something.
The Moto G Power has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 chip under the hood which handles day-to-day tasks with ease and you should have no problem switching between apps, consuming media, and playing games.
The device has a triple camera system with a powerful 48MP main sensor which is accompanied by 2MP macro and depth units for closeup shots and portrait mode photos. The camera is good for the price and takes decent photos in good light.
The G Power is also among the few phones to have a card slot for storage expansion and it has also not ditched the headphone jack, meaning you won’t be required to shell out extra on wireless earbuds.
Other tidbits include great call quality, a fast physical fingerprint scanner, water resistance, and clean Android.
The 32GB model that retails for $199.99 is only $109.99 at Best Buy right now. The 64GB model that sells for $249.99 is retailing for only $129.99 on Amazon and Best Buy, which is a discount of $120.