Moto G10 and Moto G30: Motorola renews its mid-low range

Motorola has presented for Europe the new generation of its Moto G mobiles, corresponding to its mid-range. It will consist of two phones: the Moto G10 for 150 euros and the Moto G30 for 180 euros. They are very tight prices to compete with Chinese manufacturers.

The Moto G10 and Moto G30 have Qualcomm processors, specifically the Snapdragon 460 and 662 models, respectively, and include high-capacity 5,000mAh batteries. According to the company, both should last up to two days on, although this then varies depending on how they are used.

The new Moto G10 and Moto G30 replace Motorola’s current mid-range Moto G9 family, and “provide exceptional value in their price category,” as Alex Caldeira, Motorola Europe Product Leader, has stated.

As for the screens, both share a 6.5-inch panel with HD + resolution, although the Moto G30 model also adds a refresh rate of 90hz. Both have a button dedicated to the Google Assistant, which was also present in previous generations.


The new Moto G10 is the entry-level model in the range and features a quad camera with a 48MP main sensor, a 118-degree 8 MP ultra-wide angle, a third 2 MP macro lens – for up to four times more detail. nearby- and a 2 MP depth sensor.

The 48 MP main sensor maintains Quad Pixel technology, already present in previous generations, which combines four pixels in one to improve low light performance, something for which it has night mode as well. The front camera is located in a ‘notch’ in the shape of a drop and has 8 MP.

The Moto G10 processor is Qualcomm’s lower mid-range Snapdragon 460, and it comes complete with an internal configuration of 4 GB of RAM, with storage options of 64 and 128 GB expandable to 512 GB with microSD card.

Moto G10 will be available “soon” in Europe, as announced by the company. It will be sold in two colors: Aurora Gray and Iridescent Pearl, for an entry price of 149.99 euros. It will arrive in Spain from February 17 with a price of 159 euros (4GB + 64GB).


Moto G30 is the model with the highest specifications of the series, with a quad camera with a main sensor that increases its resolution up to 64 MP, while the configuration of the rest of the sensors is maintained: ultra wide angle of 118 degrees, macro lens and depth sensor. The 13 MP front camera is also housed in a drop-shaped ‘notch’.

The new Motorola terminal works with the mid-range Snapdragon 662 processor, with frequencies of up to 2.0 GHz, and internally it can have configurations with 4 or 6 GB of RAM and 128 or 256 GB of storage, which can be expanded by card micro SD.

Its specifications are completed with its 5,000 mAh capacity battery with 20W TurboPower fast charge that provides 12 hours of use after 20 minutes of charging -Moto G10 stays at 10W-, while the physical fingerprint reader is located at the rear on both Moto G30 and Moto G10 models.

Both devices also maintain the 3.5mm headphone jack port, and have a water-repellent design with IP52 certification.

Motorola’s new Moto G30 ‘smartphone’ will arrive in Europe in two colors, Phantom Black and Pastel Sky, for a starting price of 179.99 euros. It will arrive in Spain at the end of March for 219 euros (4GB + 128GB).