Theoretically the superior version of the Moto G30 if you were to listen to product names, the Moto G50 is another one of Motorola’s cheap Android 11 phones for 2021, coming in at £199.99 (around $275 / AU$360).
As a 5G phone it’s one of the cheapest ways to jump on the 5G bandwagon, but elsewhere its feature set is a little more unassuming.
While everything about the Moto G50 is just fine – from its 90Hz screen to its Snapdragon 480 chipset and trio of main cameras – nothing actually stands out as much as we’d like it to.
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