Motorola has launched another smartphone in its ''Gseries'' in India, the Moto G72. Thisphone is Motorola''s latest mainstreamoffering under Rs. 20,000. In contrast to most other companies launching more and more 5G phones in this price range, Motorola wants to offer a no-compromise 4G phone. The Moto G72 is divided between the Moto G62 5G and the Moto G82 5G (Review) in the company''s current G-series lineup.
The Moto G72 has been launched in a single version with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. In 2022, Motorola is offering a limited periodexchange offer of up to Rs. 3,500 and a Rs. 1,000 instant discount on select bank cards, increasing the launch price to effectivelyRs. 14,999.
This time, the Moto G72 retail box isn''t "eco-friendly" like it was with the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion (Review). Apart from the device itself, the box includes a USB Type-A to Type-C charging cable, a 33W TurboPower adapter, and a transparent case.
The Moto G72 has a polycarbonate back.
The Moto G72 has been sent a Polar Blue colour variant, which is made with a polycarbonate back and a plastic frame. Despite my colour preferences, I kind of liked this one. However, you may look at the Meteorite Grey colour if you want something more traditional or subtle.
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Despite the plastic waist, the Moto G72 does not look or feels expensive. It also attempts to look different from any other mobiles launched in 2022 thanks to a slightly curved back. It is also claimed that the G72 is the slimmest and lightest smartphone in the segment. It measures about 166 grams and is 7.99mm thick. It is also IP52 certified to provide basic protection against water and dust.
The Moto G72 has a plastic frame.
The phone''s power and volume buttons are placed on the left side, whereas the hybrid dual-SIM tray is displayed on the left. The USB Type-C port is split between the 3.5mm headphone jack, a microphone, and the primary speaker grille at the bottom. The earpiece at the top of the display doubles as a secondary outlet for stereo sound.
The Moto G72 has a 6.6-inch pOLED display with a full-HD+ resolution and an HDR10+ certification. The 10-bit screen also has a billion colours, but the bezels around the display are relatively thin, but the chin is comparatively thicker. The phone also has an in-display fingerprint scanner and a protective layer on the top of the screen.
The Moto G72 slew of bezels are minimal.
The Moto G72 includes a 120Hz refresh rate display for a smooth scrolling experience. Compatible games should also benefit from this. The Moto G72 comes with a MediaTek Hello G99 SoC, which was designed using the 6nm process. It also includes support for storage expansion of up to 1TB via a microSD card. It also supports 33W fast charging out of the box. The Motorola G72 also includes Bluetooth 5.1 and dual-band Wi-Fi ac.
The Moto G72 has a rectangular shape, which is similar to the Motorola Edge 30 Fusion. The camera module includes a 108-megapixel Samsung ISOCELL HM6 sensor and an f/1.7 aperture.
The camera design for Moto G72 has been reimagined.
The Moto G72 features a 16-megapixel front camera concealed inside the hole-punch cutout, which allows for up to 1080p 30fps videos.
The Moto G72 is implemented on the Android 12-based MyUX skin out of the box. It has a near-stock Android experience, including Moto gestures, wallpapers, custom icon shapes and fonts, and more. Motorola has confirmed that the Android 13 update will be launched once it is available, and the handset is said to have completed three years of security updates.
Android 12 is also on the market for the Moto G72.
The sub-Rs. 20,000 price segment is currently filled with a slew of options, including the Redmi Note 11 Pro, iQOO Z6 5G, and the OnePlus Nord CE 2 Lite 5G. While most phones in this segment require higher pricing charges or inadequate specifications, the Moto G72 does not offer this one in order to offer a happy day out. For the first time, here''s a look at the Moto G72, which is coming soon on Gadgets 360