Motorola has already introduced two versions of the Moto G9 so far this year, the regular and the Plus models, and now a third variant has been made official.
The Moto G9 Power has been revealed by Motorola and, like the past couple Moto G Power models, the battery is a major highlight of this new device. There's a whopping 6000mAh battery inside the Moto G9 power, up from the 5000mAh battery in the previous Moto G Power model. Motorola says it'll last for up to 60 hours on a single charge.
When you do finally deplete that big battery, you can use TurboPower 20 fast charging to refill it more quickly. Motorola touts that that fast charging will get you "hours of power in minutes."
Another highlight of the Moto G9 Power is its triple rear camera array. The main cam is a 64MP snapper with f/1.8 aperture and Quad Pixel technology that'll get you 4x more light sensitivity for better low-light shots. Motorola has also included a 2MP macro camera for close-ups and a 2MP depth camera to help you grab portrait mode shots.
The display on the Moto G9 Power is a 6.8-inch 1640x720 screen with a hole-punch for the 16MP selfie camera. There's a fingerprint reader hidden inside the Motorola logo on the back of the phone, and the whole body has a water-repellent design.
Motorola has stuffed a Snapdragon 662 processor inside the Moto G9 Power along with 4GB of RAM, 128GB of built-in storage, and a microSD card slot if you need to add more storage later on. There's NFC and dual SIM slots, too, plus a dedicated Google Assistant button, a USB-C port for charging, and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The Moto G9 Power is launching with Android 10 in tow. It's now available in Argentina and select European countries at a price of €199.99 EUR ($238 USD), and it'll roll out to select countries in Latin America, India, the Middle East, and Asia over the coming weeks.
Motorola's Moto G phones have long been solid options for folks in the market for an affordable Android phone. With the Moto G9 Power, Motorola is specifically targeting consumers for whom battery life is a top priority. And while the 6.8-inch display means that this isn't a small phone, if you really want to avoid being tethered to a wall charger, the Moto G9 Power can help with that.