Updated 04:52 PM EDT, Sun, Apr 18, 2021

Motorola G Turbo Edition A Replica of Latest Moto G?: First Look, Specs and Price

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Motorola has recently introduced the Moto G Turbo, which is said to be a replica of the latest Moto G3, only with a different IP57 certification.

According to The Quint, this certification allows the phone to survive in a partial submersion for a brief period, though it said that this is not recommended to be tried.

It also noted that the device has an HD-resolution display for the recent release.

"On the hardware side of things, Moto G Turbo gets upgraded to the octa-core Snapdragon 615 processor, instead of the quad-core Snapdragon 410 seen on the Moto G," added the same report.

Indian Express, on the other hand, said that the handset was made available on Monday on Flipkart for $217 (Rs 14,499).

It was also noted that the device was launched in Mexico last month and had added features, like fast charging (Motorola Turbo Charging). The newest Motorola phone also comes with a Snapdragon 615 processor, 2GB RAM and 16GB storage. As for design, the phone does not differ from its predecessor.

"Moto G Turbo has a 2470 mAh battery. Motorola is promising 6 hours of battery life with 15 minutes of charge," added Indian Express.

In addition, Android Community said this is a fast way of charging, which promises users that they will not run out of battery when they need to use their phone. Users will also only need a few minutes to charge their device.

The camera for this device is also the same as that of the Moto G, which is 13MP for the main camera and 5MP for the front shooter, which is perfect for selfies, according to The Quint.

Aside from these features, Journal Recorder said that important highlights of the Moto G Turbo are the expanded storage of the device through a MicroSD card (32GB maximum) and the Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

In a review of the device, Tech FirstPost explained that the new handset should be commended since it is the "first smartphone to step out of the G series."

It explained that previous Moto G phones were all made of plastic and users wanted to see developments in design, build, as well as performance.

And with the recent release, the Tech FirstPost said fans and users were able to experience "a premium looking device with plenty of heft and horsepower that comes very close to its true mid-range sibling the Moto X Play."

Motorola fans could not wait to get a hold of the device and experience the latest offering from the smartphone maker.

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