Motorola’s Latest Moto G54 Unveiled with Regional Tweaks

Motorola has officially introduced the Moto G54 smartphone, set to hit the markets in China and India, but with a few distinct variations tailored to each region.

Despite the differences, both models share some key features, including the 6nm Dimensity 7020 chipset coupled with 8GB of RAM and a spacious 128GB of storage.

On the front, users can enjoy a vivid 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080×2400 pixels. This screen boasts a high 120Hz refresh rate and a responsive 240Hz touch sampling rate.

Turning to the rear camera setup, both versions sport a 50MP primary camera, while the front houses a 16MP sensor.

Now, here’s where the divergence begins:

Chinese Variant The Moto G54 bound for China is powered by a 5,000mAh battery, supporting 15W charging. It maintains a slim profile at 8.04mm thickness and weighs in at 179.7 grams. The secondary rear camera is a modest 2MP depth sensor.

What sets the Chinese variant apart is its stylish finish, available in three Vegan Leather options: Blue, Green, and Magenta. Interested buyers in China can place orders immediately, with a starting price of CNY 1,099 (approximately €140).

Indian Variant The Indian Moto G54 boasts a larger 6,000mAh battery, offering about 16% more capacity. Moreover, it ships with a faster 33W charging brick included in the box.

In addition to the 8/128GB configuration, the Indian model also offers a higher-end 12/256GB variant. This release marks the debut of the Dimensity 7020 chipset in the Indian market.

However, the Indian Moto G54 is slightly bulkier, measuring 8.89mm in thickness and weighing 192 grams. It features a premium “glass-like” plastic finish, with three color options: Mint Green, Midnight Blue, and Pearl Blue.

Indian customers also benefit from improved camera capabilities, as the 50MP main camera is accompanied by an 8MP ultrawide unit with autofocus.

Motorola has committed to providing software support for the Moto G54, promising updates to Android 14 and a generous 3-year span of security updates for both variants.

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