Moto G10 Power mobile review – big battery on a shoestring budget

  Moto G10 Power has been launched in India at a price of Rs 9,999.

    Key features of the device include a nearby stock Android experience and a large 6,000mAh battery.
    This device has been kept in the budget segment and competes with Realme Nerso 30A and Redmi 9 Prime.
    If you're in the market for a budget device, check out our review of the Moto G10 Power.

Moto G10 Power is Motorola's latest budget offer in India. Like other Motorola devices, the Moto G10 Power offers an Android experience that is free of plotware and advertisements typically found on budget devices.

But the clean, intimate Android experience isn't the main selling point of the Moto G10 Power - it's battery life. When you connect a high-power budget smartphone to a 6,000 mAh battery, the result is that a phone refuses to die for several days.

However, is this enough? Is long battery life better about Moto G10 Power? We will learn about Motorola's latest smartphone in a detailed review.

Moto G10 Power Price and Availability

The Moto G10 Power is priced at Rs 9,999 and is available in Aurora Gray and Breeze Blue colors from Flipkart.

At this price point, the Moto G10 Power competes with the following phones:

Like its mid-orange siblings - the Moto G30 - the Moto G10 Power also has a chunky design. This is not bad in itself, it doesn't really stop usability, but there are thin phones to handle.
The main reason for this is definitely the large 6,000 mAh battery. The phone has curves at the edges to make the device easier to handle, but you still can't avoid it because it is a thicker phone and weighs 220 grams.

Another area where Motorola can do a great job is the design of the back of the phone. It has a text message, but choosing a color shade makes it more attractive.

But apart from this, the phone feels durable and solid to hold. Like the G30, this phone feels like a tank - something that cannot always be said about the phone these days.

The Moto G10 Power has a 6.5-inch HD + display resolution. It is bright enough at the 100% light level, but less than 60% of the light is too dim with regular indoor use. I also had some trouble using the phone in direct sunlight.

It runs on stock Android with almost zero plotware. This is one of the main attractions of the device as most devices in this category have a custom UI and include many pre-loaded applications.

The built-in Motorola utility allows you to customize the phone based on themes, color schemes, and icon patterns. You can use six different gestures to quickly access the camera, turn on the flashlight, open the phone, and more.

If you want a budget phone that is not full of advertisements and plotware, then the Moto G10 Power should be on your list.
Performance and battery life

The Moto G10 Power is powered by a Snapdragon 460 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. Internal storage can be increased with the help of microSD card.

To be fair, the Moto G10 Power is not the most flexible phone in this price segment. An inflammation-free operating system is an advantage, but it does not fully compensate for disability. Switching between apps, clicking photos, or scrolling can sometimes test your patience, but again, you can expect an entry-level phone.
The highlight of the phone is the large 6,000mAh battery, and it shines with real-world usage. The phone refused to die, and with our usage, with moderate usage it lasted more than two days.

The Moto G10 Power has a quad camera system at the rear and an 8MP selfie camera at the front. It has a 48MP main camera, 8MP ultraviolet camera, and two 2MP cameras.
Daytime photos are fine, but compared to the 8MP Ultravide camera, colors are surprisingly washed out when taken from the main 48MP camera.

Usually cameras are available, but nothing can be written about the house.


Moto G10 Power helps those who want an ad-free, bloated smartphone for less than $ 10,000 with amazing battery life. It fixes those things, and all the extra bonuses that go beyond that.

Certainly, it may not be the best, softest phone in this segment, but it is one of the longest lasting phones among its competitors.

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