According to the news, Moto G Pure managed to get 135 points in the single-core Geekbench test and 501 points in its multi-core test.
According to Gadgets.ndtv, Moto G Pure can be found on the Geekbench website. This benchmark list provides some of the key specifications of the phone that have not yet been approved by Motorola. The Moto G Pure is expected to be an economical phone in Lenovo’s product line. Last month, the smartphone received certificates from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Wi-Fi Alliance, TUV and REL Canada, which listed battery capacity, software information and the G Pure Moto model number.
Moto G Pure scored 135 points in the single-core test and 501 points in the multi-core test. This Motorola phone has a 2 GHz octa-core processor that looks like MediaTek’s Helio G25. According to the list, Moto G Pure will have 3 GB of RAM and Android 11. According to the specifications mentioned in the list, it can be said that Motorola will offer this phone as an affordable product.
Last month, the MotoG Pure was spotted on the REL Canada list, confirming the name of Motorola’s upcoming handset along with its model number (XT2163-4). On the other hand, in the US FCC and Wi-Fi Alliance, a similar model number has been observed for the Moto G Pure. According to the list, the smartphone will ship with Android 11 by default, and according to the TUV list, it is expected to have a 4,000 mAh battery and support for 10 watt charging.
In other Motorola news, the specifications of the Moto E20 are presented through the Geekbench list. The Aruba codenamed smartphone will be powered by a 1.61 GHz octa-core UNISOC chip with 2GB of RAM and Android 11. The Moto E20 scored 1467 points in the single-core test and 4621 points in the multi-core test.
What do you, the users of Wironal, think about Motorola’s affordable phone with the above specifications?