Motorola Moto G52 is a low-cost mid-range phone with an MSRP of USD 295. The Moto smartphone features an OLED panel with a fast 90-Hz refresh rate for its low price. The Moto G52 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 128 GB of flash storage, and a 50-megapixel main camera.
Motorola Moto G52: Price in India
The base variant of the Motorola Moto G52 costs Rs. 14,499 and comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The other variant is priced at Rs. 16,499 for 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. In addition, the phone is available in two colors: Charcoal Gray and Porcelain White from Motorola. For this review, I used the former.
When holding the Motorola Moto G52, the plastic used for the back gives the impression that it is a cheap phone. Even with the white version we had with us, the back panel proved to be a fingerprint magnet, and white is usually the color where greasy smudges are least visible.
The volume rockers and a power button with a fingerprint sensor are on the right side of the device, while the SIM tray is on the left rim. Therefore, the device’s bottom edge houses a USB Type-C port, speaker grille, and 3.5mm headphone jack, while the top has another speaker. The top of the back panel houses a triple camera module with three lenses and an LED flash.
One of the most observable differences between the Motorola Moto G52 and the Moto G51 is the display, which has been upgraded from an IPS LCD panel to an AMOLED panel, which offers deeper blacks, and better colors, and more contrast.
The graphics had a lot of detail and were extremely clear. The device has a refresh rate of 90Hz, which is adequate for gaming, web browsing, and social media. In addition, the touch sampling rate of 360Hz ensured that the touch was ultra-responsive, while the peak brightness of 500 nits provided good indoor and outdoor visibility.
Motorola Moto G52: Performance
Performance is not one of Moto G52’s strong points. Occasionally, there was stuttering/lag while scrolling through the UI or browsing the web during my time with the phone. However, web pages and apps appear to load quickly.
The color profile of the display can be changed. By default, it was set to Saturated, which I liked. The 90Hz refresh rate makes scrolling appear smooth, and you can switch to 60Hz if you prefer. By default, it was set to Auto, and the phone adjusted the refresh rate based on what I was doing.
Motorola Moto G52’s battery life was adequate, lasting about a day and a half with my usage. Therefore, the phone lasted 16 hours and 3 minutes in our HD video loop test, which is an acceptable result. Using the 33W TurboPower charger, the 5,000mAh battery charged to 51 percent in 30 minutes and 91 percent in an hour.