Some of the longest-lasting smart devices have 5,000 mAh batteries, and that’s usually the most significant you’ll see in a mobile phone, however Motorola simply went and blew that upper limitation with the launch of the new Moto G9 Power.The Moto G9
Power is the 3rd mobile phone launched in the company’s Moto G9 line, and similar to the G8 Power and G7 Power prior to it, it’s called for its long-lasting battery – but while those devices had 5,000 mAh power loads, the Moto G9 Power has pushed the limitations with a substantial 6,000 mAh unit.
That’ll likely guarantee the phone lasts for definitely ages between charges (though it could result in a much heavier weight for the device).
The only other phones with batteries this big are rugged smartphones, developed to be long-lasting and strong in demanding conditions. They’re not exactly designed for everyday users, while the Moto G9 Power is, which is why we state it has the greatest battery in a smartphone you ‘d consider buying.A massive
power pack isn’t the only thing the Moto G9 Power brings to budget friendly phones though, which the device certainly is, judging by its EUR200 (approximately $230, ₤ 180, AU$ 330) rate. Let’s take a look at the specs now.Moto G9 Power-ful phone The Moto G9 Power has a 6.8-inch HD +display screen-Motorola hasn’t
specified a refresh rate, so we’re going to presume it’s at the ‘standard’60Hz. This screen is broken up by a cut-out in the top left for the front-facing camera.That selfie snapper has a 16MP resolution, and there are 3 cams
on the back including a 64MP f/1.8 main, 2MP f/2.4 macro, and 2MP f/2.4 depth-sensing snapper. That’s a super-high-res main camera for a budget phone.The gadget is powered by a Snapdragon 662 chipset, which might not return stylish processing speeds but it’s normal for the rate. There’s 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, but you can broaden the latter as much as 512GB with a microSD card. There’s no 5G here, but then there isn’t in any present member of the G9 range.As mentioned, the battery here has a tremendous 6,000 mAh capability, and Motorola suggests it will last you up to 60 hours of use, though that’s something we’ll make sure to check out for our complete review. Charging is 20W though, which isn’t excessively quickly, so it might take a long time to power the device as much as full.We’ll be sure to test out the phone in complete when we can to bring you a full evaluation. If the Moto G8 series is to be taken as an example, we may likewise see a Moto G9 Power Lite soon, bringing a huge battery at an even lower cost, so keep your fingers crossed for that too.