Moto G82

Shubham Raheja

First Impressions


The G82's design and construction did not make an indelible impact on us. It has an acrylic glass back panel and a rather antiquated style.


The Moto G82's pOLED display is brilliant, colourful, punchy, and, most importantly, snappy.


The phone is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 695 SoC, which isn't awful, but there are plenty of other alternatives available for a phone at this budget.


The G82 is equipped with three cameras for snapping pictures. The main 50MP sensor is optically stabilised, and it's joined by an 8MP ultrawide and a separate 2MP sensor for macro photography.


The G82's 5,000mAh battery is large enough to compete with the competition. The included 33W Turbopower charger may be used to charge it.


The Moto G82 appears to be a smartphone that has the potential to revolutionise the sub-Rs. 25,000 market.