Phone manufacturer Motorola has announced the coming of a budget phone with Android 12 out of the box and a 90Hz screen.
The buzz surrounding the news is surprisingly kept low, but now it’s official. The G22 is a low-cost device that starts at 169.99 euros and is expected to arrive in major European countries such as France and Germany.
The G22 has a prominent chin, with relatively thin bezels on the side and top. The crowning tech is easily the 90Hz Max Vision display that stands at 6.5 inches and will have a resolution of 1600 x 720 pixels.
Other key specifications of the upcoming Motorola smartphone include a 5,000mAh battery with a battery life of 37.8 hours. A MediaTek Helio G37 chip powers the phone, but there’s no 5G connectivity. A quad rear camera with 8MP and 50MP lens round out the rest of the specifications.