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Moto G54 Review: Should You Buy in 10 Points


The Moto G54 design does not do much to attract your attention but is available in interesting colour options: Mint Green, Pearl Blue, and Midnight Blue.   

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The front side of the device is graced by a 6.5-inch IPS LCD display. Since the panel runs at 120Hz, scrolling through the UI was smooth and responsive.

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The phone runs on the Dimensity 7020 SoC, handling multitasking and app-switching smoothly. Its RAM management matches other devices, ensuring seamless work resumption.


The Moto G54 comes with MyUX, built on Android 13. It's mostly clean, except for some unwanted bloatware like Candy Crush, Magic Tiles 3, and Carrom Disc, along with a bunch of Motorola apps.


It sports a 50MP (OIS) + 8MP camera setup at the back, and the images captured on the Moto G54 are detailed and overly vibrant at times. The 16MP selfie shooter also captures detailed photos but tends to introduce red tones in dim conditions.


The Moto G54 packs a 6,000mAh battery that has proven reliable in our usage. The included 33W charger can take up to an hour and a half to fully charge from zero.


At Rs 15,999, Motorola has nailed the pricing of the G54. It packs an impressive battery that can easily last two days. While most OEMs stick to the 8GB RAM mantra, Motorola offers a 12GB RAM variant, which is impressive.

What is Good? 

- Well-priced - Reliable battery life - Good performance - Stereo speakers - Decent primary camera

What is Bad?  

- Poor low-light camera - One-year software support - Repeated design


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