Moto’s hit double figures with its latest stars of the G family, and the G10 (£149.99) and G30 (£179.99) show real signs of maturity. The G30 being the slightly more advanced member, has a Snapdragon 662 processor at its heart, with a 64MP quad camera system and Night Vision, plus a 13MP front facing camera. A 6.5in HD+ screen is shared by both models; only the G30 has a 90Hz refresh rate too. Meanwhile the G10 packs a Snapdragon 460 processor, a 48MP quad camera system and an 8MP front facing camera. While the G30 comes with 20W charging compared to the G10’s 10W, they both have a 5000mAh battery for all day play, a fingerprint reader and that extremely endangered of species, a headphone jack. If they’re anything like Moto’s budget predecessors, say hello to the heirs of the affordable phone throne.
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