With its latest release of smartphones into the Australia market, Motorola has arrived at a very attractive entry-level option with the moto g8 power lite. Featuring a new and improved modern design, the smartphone offers a lot for its generous price of A$249.
The moto g8 power lite offers impressive battery performance, without compromising other features that you want in a smartphone. The fun never has to stop because its massive battery lets you go up to more than 48 hours on a single charge. That equates to 100 hours of music streaming or 19 hours of watching the latest movies and TV shows with quality sound. You can also get more than 35 days of standby time. The g8 power lite simply gives you power when you need it the most.
The g8 power lite features a versatile AI camera system and its Triple Camera lets you take the perfect pic, thanks to a 16MP main camera with rapid focus in any light. Enjoy vivid close-ups with the dedicated Macro Vision camera which brings you 4x closer to your subject, so you can focus on the finest details from just 2.5 cm away.
Watch, browse, work or game without the wait thanks to the 2.3 GHz octa-core processor. With 4GB RAM, your phone responds instantly to every touch, tap and swipe to get to the good stuff faster. Video call your friends and family with ease.
The moto g8 power lite also has space for everything you need with 64GB of memory, which you can easily add onto with up to 256GB with its dedicated microSD slot.
The moto g8 power lite is part of Motorola’s G series, which has been a popular consumer choice in Australia. More than 100 million Moto G smartphones have sold worldwide since the Moto G series launched in 2013.
For more information about the phone head on over to motorola.com.au.
To celebrate the release of the moto g8 power lite in Australia, the AU review has two of these devices to give away to some lucky, and creative, readers. To enter, fill out the form below and tell us in 25 words of less what excites you most about the the moto g8 power lite.
The competition closes at 3pm AEST on Tuesday 25th August.