Motorola’s two new cheap phones bring a huge change to the Moto G line

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Motorola’s next line of Moto G smartphones is here, and as befits the successor to the Moto G9, it’s called the Moto G10… But wait, what’s that coming with the Moto G10? The Moto G30?

Motorola has two new smartphones, the Moto G10 and Moto G30, and as that naming trend suggests, the company is doing something new with its series. Gone is your parents’ Moto G line!

Motorola is rebranding its Moto G line, so the 2021 generation of affordable handsets won’t be slapped with the same numerical indicator, but will be arranged on a broad spectrum between 10 and, presumably, 100, though this latter hasn’t been confirmed.

So the Moto G10 is the lowest-end of the company’s new smartphones, with the G30 a few steps above it in terms of specs and price (though still familiar in many ways). Possibly sometime soon we’ll see more handsets, like a Moto G20, and higher numbers like a G50, G80, G100, G-whizz how high could it go?

Phone fans will recognize Samsung took a similar step with its Galaxy A series in 2019, jumping from the A9 to a new spectrum ranging from Galaxy A10 to Galaxy A90. Each generational upgrade added 1 to the title, so the A21 followed the A20, and so on. It’s not clear if this is the direction Motorola will go in though, only time will tell.

The Moto G10 and Moto G30 are alike in many ways – it’s handy Motorola showed them off together, as it lets us easily compare them. As you can see from the image at the top of this article, they look pretty similar too.

Both of the phones have 6.5-inch HD+ displays with a 1600 x 720 resolution, and a teardrop notch for the front-facing camera. The Moto G10 has a 60Hz refresh rate while it’s 90Hz for the Moto G30.
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