The Moto G series is back for 2021, consisting of the Moto G Power, Moto G Stylus, and Moto G Play. While most will want to get the Moto G Power, or save up for its competitor the Google Pixel 4a, the Moto G Play is aimed at offering excellent value for money, and as such it comes it at only $170.
The phone, on paper, looks good. With a huge 5,000mAh battery, a relatively modern design, and more, it could be the go-to device for those who want a decent phone under $200. Is it though? I’ve been testing the 2021 Moto G Play for a while now to find out.
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