With Motorola’s lightweight UI and well-done features paired with UNISOC’s low-powered yet reliable processor, Moto G14 is a good entry-level phone
The 6.5″ FHD+ display (20:9) used in the Motorola Moto G14 is a significant advancement compared to last year’s 720p one. Although it only operates at 60Hz (down from 90Hz on the G13), “it is also an excellent IPS LCD, so we are ready to accept that compromise,” according to GSMArena.
The G14 uses a Unisoc T616, a 12nm chipset with a Mali-G57 MP1 and two Cortex-A75 processors running at 2.0GHz and six A55 processors running at 1.8GHz.
Though the Mali-G52 MC2 GPU is different, this isn’t all that different from the Helio G85, another 12nm device with the same CPU cores and clock speeds.
The phone has a 5,000mAh battery that can support up to 16 hours of video playing or 94 hours of music playback. Using the included 20W charger, it may be recharged at a rate of up to 15W.
There is a 3.5mm headphone jack with FM radio in addition to the USB-C port. As an alternative, you can listen to music through the stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos.
Due to the triple card slot’s ability to accommodate two SIM cards and one microSD card (up to 1TB), offline entertainment is also an option.
The phone only has one configuration, 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage, and it ships with Android 13 out of the box. The same 50MP Quad Pixel sensor with a single camera on the rear (plus a macro module) is used, with 0.64 mm native pixels and 1.28 mm after binning.
A front-facing 8MP selfie camera (1.12 m) is also there, and both it and the rear camera are capable of capturing 1080p video at 30 frames per second.
Other noteworthy features include the side-mounted fingerprint reader and IP52 dust and water resistance. The G14 is also produced in India.
There are two color schemes available: Steel Gray and Sky Blue. Pale Lilac and Butter Cream Vegan Leather, two other variations, will also soon be available.
On Flipkart, the Motorola Moto G14 is currently available for pre-order. It will be launched on August 8 in a week. The cost is fixed at 10,000 rupees, or around PHP6,672*.