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Best Motorola phone to buy | All Cell Phone Guide

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Best Motorola phone to buy | All Cell Phone Guide

Highlight of each cell

  1. Motorola Moto G8 Plus – The best value for money
  2. Motorola One Zoom – For shooting from a distance
  3. Motorola One Hyper – No notch on the screen
  4. Motorola Moto G7 Plus – Spends less time on the plug
  5. Motorola Moto G8 Power – Powerful battery and stereo sound
  6. Motorola One Macro – For shooting close up
  7. Motorola Moto Z3 Play – Customization via Moto Snaps
  8. Motorola Moto G8 Play – Entry model with great battery
  9. Motorola Moto G7 Power – The king in battery
  10. Motorola Moto G7 Play – Cheap gaming

TudoCelular has been preparing several guides to help you choose your next cell phone to buy, in addition to other interesting electronics to buy. And if you have a brand that is very adored by Brazilians is Motorola. The Moto G line is so successful here, that the launches happen first in Brazil.

All the models on our list have been tested by us, so we can decide which one is worth your money. Here we list the top 10 that we've analyzed in the last few months. Motorola does not have as many devices on the market as Samsung, but it is still possible to get lost among the options available.

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How will this guide be useful to you? At the top you will find the devices listed with emphasis on their differentials, while below we summarize the main characteristics of each one and why you should take a closer look at this model.

We also include the video of each analysis, so you can check everything on the device without having to go around searching or reading uninformative reviews. It's a Motorola you want, so check out our selection with the best.

BEST CELL PHONE

Motorola Moto G8 Plus

If you're looking for the most balanced phone from Motorola, then the choice will be the G8 Plus. It may not be the fastest on the list, but it performs better than most brand phones. Its battery yields well and does not take as long to recharge as several others mentioned. Despite losing the telephoto camera in the G8 Power, it has superior photographic quality.

If you're looking for the best for party photos, it's the G8 Plus you should choose. Its night mode works well, being a differential absent in the others. It also has quality stereo sound and is the best on our list for music lovers. A negative point is that the ultra-wide camera is only for videos, but on the other hand it shoots with less shake than the others from Motorola.

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Best Motorola phone to buy | All Cell Phone Guide

Motorola Moto G8 Plus


Best Motorola phone to buy | All Cell Phone Guide

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OTHER OPTIONS

Motorola Moto G7 Play

Want the cheapest alternative? Then we recommend the Moto G7 Play, which is also the most compact of the ten models on the list. If you are looking for a good entry phone you will like it. Its performance is in the average of the basic models of the other brands, surpassing what the Moto E line has to offer. Despite the small battery, it yields moderate use all day.

The G7 Play may not stand out on cameras, but it can even take good pictures. Your camcorder even records in 4K, something very rare in this price range. However, its highlight is gaming performance, with good fluidity thanks to the decent GPU coupled with the low resolution screen. Low screen brightness and muffled sound are its weaknesses.

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Motorola Moto G7 Play


Best Motorola phone to buy | All Cell Phone Guide

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Motorola Moto G7 Power

For a little while you can find the G7 Power, which is the anabolic version of Play with a more generous battery. Even a year after his release, he is still our king in autonomy and has not lost his throne even for the G8 Power. Its performance is better than the cheapest model and also delivers better camera.

The G7 Power is a really cool phone, but it lacks Wi-Fi 5 GHz that some models from other brands offer in this price range. The camcorder also records in 4K, but the quality is not very good. And just like the G7 Play, it could have stronger screen brightness. A nice extra is having Digital TV.

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Motorola Moto G7 Power


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Motorola Moto G8 Play

Moving on to the current generation of Motorola we have the G8 Play. It can be found for just under R $ 1,000 and brings a more powerful processor. Too bad Motorola has adopted only 2 GB of RAM, which makes it slower in multitasking than the G7 Power. While the others cited have a simple camera at the rear, the G8 Play has three, including a wide-angle lens to capture wider scenarios.

Its battery is very good, second only to the G7 Power and G8 Power on our list. And its battery even recharges faster than the cheaper models mentioned. Negative points? Portrait mode is problematic and sometimes blurs in the wrong place and the camcorder does not record in 4K like its predecessor.

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Motorola Moto G8 Play


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Motorola Moto G7 Plus

None of the aforementioned models stands out in the sound part, either with the speaker or headset. If you are looking for a good multimedia phone and listen to music, it will be worth paying just over R $ 1,000 on the G7 Plus. It brings stereo sound, different from the others mentioned with only a mono audio output.

Of all the list, he was the fastest in our speed test, surpassing even the most current models that cost more. Their cameras are also superior to the others mentioned. Everything may seem perfect on the G7 Plus, but it sins on battery, delivering the worst autonomy. On the other hand, he is the one who spends the least time in the making. What do you prefer: a battery that lasts longer or recharges in less than 1 hour?

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Motorola Moto G7 Plus


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Motorola One Macro

If you chose a battery that lasts longer, then you may prefer the One Macro which currently costs the same as the G7 Plus. It is a little slower, being the second best in performance on the list and delivers twice the autonomy. But on the other hand it takes twice as long to recharge.

And as the name suggests, the highlight of One Macro is its dedicated camera for macro photos, which allows you to get much closer to what you want to shoot without losing focus. The overall quality of the camera, however, does not exceed that of the G7 Plus. It also sins for not having stereo speakers and presenting inferior quality for music.

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Best Motorola phone to buy | All Cell Phone Guide

Motorola One Macro


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Motorola Moto G8 Power

If you liked the stereo sound of the G7 Plus, but were disappointed by the battery, then the best alternative for you is the G8 Power which costs an average of R $ 1,200. It may not outperform its predecessor in autonomy, but it is the second best on the list. Its performance, on the other hand, is not the best and is second only to basic Motorola phones.

The G8 Power has a more complete set of cameras, including a wide-angle, telephoto lens to get closer to what you are shooting with the optical zoom and also a macro to record photos more closely. Everything you need on camera is here. On the negative side, we have your battery, which takes the longest to recharge from our list.

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Motorola Moto G8 Power


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Motorola One Hyper

If you're running from a notch or hole in the screen, you'll enjoy One Hyper. It has a pop-up camera, which jumps whenever you take a selfie. It costs an average of R $ 1,800 and delivers performance and battery slightly lower than the G8 Plus, but on the other hand recharges in half the time. Hyper is best for daytime shooting and its ultra-wide camera is not limited to just videos.

If you prefer to use the camera more at night, you may be a little disappointed as its night mode is not as efficient as the G8 Plus, so you can wait for darker photos. Interestingly, this feature ends up working better with selfies, which will help in places with weaker lighting. The multimedia part is a bit disappointing: its screen is very bright and there is no stereo sound.

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Best Motorola phone to buy | All Cell Phone Guide

Motorola One Hyper


Best Motorola phone to buy | All Cell Phone Guide

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Motorola One Zoom

For just under R $ 2 thousand we find the One Zoom, which is the ideal model for those who enjoy shooting from afar. It has the best optical zoom on our list. The metal body also stands out, unlike the others with plastic finish. It comes with OLED screen with brighter brightness than the others with IPS LCD panel, it only sinned in multimedia for lack of stereo sound.

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