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Motorola Moto G 5G Review: Full Detail

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The formula for a good $400 phone is hard to solve, and Motorola didn't quite get it with the Moto G 5G.

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For $300, you're willing to make some significant trade-offs - performance may not be top-notch, but you only paid $300.

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For $500, you'll spend a little more, but you'll get some nice upgrades and even some nice touches.

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But at $400, the phones seem to have the worst of both worlds: a no-frills experience at a significantly higher price than this $300 budget phone.

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This is more or less the gist of the 2022 Moto G 5G issue. It's a good manufacturer, especially the model I tested with 6GB of RAM.

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It has a really long-lasting battery which I struggled to drain under 50 percent in a day.

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But I am not sure if it costs $100 more than OnePlus Nord N20 or Samsung Galaxy A32.

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Similarly, the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G includes features like a 120Hz OLED screen and IP67 weatherproofing that makes it $50 more expensive than the Moto G 5G.

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The Moto G 5G's 5,000mAh battery is as big as it gets and matches Motorola's claim that it will last two days on a single charge.

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After a day of moderate use, which included four hours of screen time with video streaming,

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a Zoom call, and lots of social media scrolling - all with the highest screen refresh rate enabled - I was down to 56 percent.

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