Motorola revealed another cell phone to Brazilians this Friday (4). The Moto G41 lands on the national market with a triple 48 megapixel camera and 128 GB storage in the intermediate data sheet. The smartphone, however, comes out of the box with Android 11 out of the box (yes, without the latest version of Android).
The debut of the time is part of the “avalanche” of launches by the brand in November 2021. At the time, the company presented the cell phone globally alongside other models, such as the Moto G51 5G. Later, the following month, the company announced the Moto G71 5G and the Moto G31 in Brazil with prices starting at R$1,999.
The Moto G41 is a mid-range option from the brand. Its highlight is the triple photographic set led by the 48-megapixel main camera with optical image stabilization (OIS). The other members are equipped with an 8 megapixel sensor (ultrawide) and another 2 megapixel (macro). The front camera has 13 MP.
The 6.4-inch screen has Full HD+ resolution and a hole to house the photo sensor for selfies. Unlike the Moto G51 and G71 5G, the OLED panel has a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The phone also has a headphone jack (3.5 mm), fingerprint reader and a button to activate Google Assistant.