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Moto G52: a screen that “illuminates” your eyes | Digital Trends Spanish


hard not to love Moto G52. The first crush happens when you turn on the unit and look at its bright display; then there is the fact that it does have stereo sound and android 12 of fabric. We have tested this cell phone for a couple of weeks and we tell you all our experience about it.

The design of this phone is somewhat simple: a back that simulates metal, a capsule-shaped module that houses the triple camera and the volume and power buttons on the right side (the latter also integrates the fingerprint sensor for unlock the drive).

The Chicago firm placed the 3.5 mm jack for wired headphones, the charging port (USB-C) and one of the channels that make up the stereo sound at the base of the equipment.

The mobile grip may not be entirely practical for some, so it is best to put the transparent case that comes in the purchase package, in which the wall charger is also considered. Let’s talk now about the display, one of the biggest attractions of the piece.

Multimedia

We know that manufacturers want to cover the largest number of users, from those who enter the world of smartphones to those who seek the best features. And it turns out that the entry-level mid-range is often left with a screen that stands out for its size, although it falls short in quality.

This is not the case of the Moto G52, which although it costs 7,500 pesos in Mexico (about $380 dollars for further reference), is surprising for including a 6.6-inch POLED panel. Other attractions include a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz and Full HD+ resolution (1,080 x 2,400 pixels).

When playing a series, the Motorola team brings out the best in it, with a good level of contrast, intense colors and precise details. In brightness it also provides more than optimal performance.

The multimedia experience is boosted by the stereo sound of the mobile. According to Motorola, the speakers have Dolby Atmos technology, which makes them offer immersive and multidimensional sound. It is really appreciated that it integrates this specification, especially since it does make a difference when it is not possible to use hearing aids.

Regarding the display of other content, the photos of a network like Instagram shine with intense and well-defined colors, while the articles of informative sites are easy to read, good news for those who must review all kinds of data from the palm of their hand. hand.

Performance and autonomy

It seems that the Snapdragon 680 and 6GB RAM are enough for the Moto G52 to run various apps and tools smoothly. Of course, people should not expect compatibility with the 5G network, much less a connection with Wi-Fi 6, since this chip was not designed for it.

There were a couple of occasions where the phone did not respond adequately in the tests carried out, especially when quickly switching from one app to another. Nothing worrying, but we can’t stop mentioning it either.

Android 12 also contributes to good performance, a version that has not yet been fully extended to the mid-range, at least in Mexico. And as is customary with Motorola devices, it is possible to customize the unit to your liking —from the type of source to the configuration of gestures to activate the camera or take a screenshot—, thanks to the My personalization layer. UX.

In autonomy, the G52 keeps the balance of its other characteristics. It incorporates a 5,000 mAh battery for a performance of up to two days of more or less continuous use, while the fast charge is 30 W: the cell phone goes from low to high battery levels in just over 60 minutes.

Optics

The triple camera of the Moto G52 is commanded by a 50 MP main sensor; the other two are 8 (wide angle) and 2 (macro). On the front, the camera dedicated to selfies is 16 MP and is located in a circular notch on the display.

Already in practice, the photos given by the mobile stand out for the intense colors, without feeling artificial, although there are some elements that do not look so precise.

It is a camera that will satisfy the needs of those people who take pictures of the places they visit, the friends they meet, and the occasional detail of nature.

In relation to the interface, it can be said that the user will not have any complications choosing between a still photo or a video, or selecting the option that best suits them at a given moment, such as slow motion, portrait, pro mode, panorama or double capture. .

Conclusions

We believe that the Moto G52 is one of the best exponents of its category —or at least one of the most balanced—, integrating a quality screen, an autonomy that will not leave people halfway and optimal performance.

Yes, it is a more than recommended option for those users who are looking for a smartphone between $350 and $400 dollars, a phone that meets all their communication and entertainment needs without that meaning turning to see the high range.

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