Motorola supports my Moto G10 and Moto G30 with a quad-main camera that includes a wide-angle camera, as well as an ultra-wide camera, a macro sensor, and also a camera for depth photography.
Motorola also offers the two phones with a 3.5 mm headphone input at the top, and both phones have a button dedicated to the Google digital assistant, and a USB C port at the bottom, provided that the Moto G30 phone supports 20W charging capacity, as Motorola confirms the phone’s ability to continue with a charging life of up to 12 1 hour after charging for up to 20 minutes.
The Moto G30 supports the Snapdragon 662 processor chip, while the Moto G10 applies to the Snapdragon 460 processor chip, and both phones support external storage.
Also, the Moto G30 features a 6.5-inch LCD screen, a 90Hz refresh rate, and HD Plus display quality, 720 by 1600 pixels, and the Moto G10 is compatible with the screen specifications, but it supports a lower 60Hz refresh rate.
Motorola also offers my Moto G10 and Moto G30 with fingerprint sensors with the Motorola logo, and the two phones are also launched with the Android 11 operating system.
It is noteworthy that Motorola plans to launch my Moto G10 and Moto G30 in the European and US markets, with the Moto G10 available at a price of approximately 150 euros, while the Moto G30 applies at a price of 180 euros.