Motorola Launches Ultra-Affordable 90Hz Phone with Capable Camera

What you should know


  • The Moto G04s is a budget-friendly smartphone with a recommended retail price of 119 euros, offering significant improvements over its predecessor, the Moto G04.
  • One of the key upgrades in the Moto G04s is the 50MP rear-facing camera with Quad Pixel technology, enhancing low-light sensitivity compared to the Moto G04’s 16MP camera.
  • The device features a 90Hz IPS LCD screen, a large 5,000mAh battery with 15W charging, and RAM Boost functionality for improved multitasking.
  • Despite its budget-friendly price, the Moto G04s runs Android 14, ensuring a smooth user experience, though its availability in the US is uncertain.


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So, what’s next after the Moto G04 in the vast Motorola Android family? You might think “Moto G05,” right? It’s a logical guess. And, who knows, maybe that’s on the horizon for next year.

But, wait up. For now, Motorola’s got something else for its budget-conscious fans. We’re talking about the Moto G04s, just dropped for certain markets. Think Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

Here’s the deal: the spec sheet of the Moto G04s differs from the G04 in one major way. But oh, it’s a biggie. This tweak makes the G04s a steal for just 119 euros.

While the G04 sports a humble 16MP rear camera, the G04s cranks it up. We’re talking a 50MP shooter with Quad Pixel tech. That means way better photos in low light. Impressive for a phone that’s so wallet-friendly, huh?

And there’s more under the hood. Despite its low price, the G04s boasts a 90Hz IPS LCD screen, a beefy 5,000mAh battery with 15W charging, and RAM Boost for multitasking. All this on a 6.56-inch display.

Sure, it’s not the fanciest phone material-wise. But with its matte finish and four colors – Satin Blue to Sunrise Orange – it’s got looks that could kill.

At its heart, a Unisoc T606 processor. No, it won’t break any speed records, especially against other budget phones. Yet, it runs Android 14 straight out of the box, promising a smooth experience.

Sadly, seeing this model in the US is as likely as the Knicks winning an NBA championship soon. Tough break, right?

Adrian’s been all about mobile tech since the Nokia 3310 days. Now at PhoneArena, he’s still diving deep into the scene. Android’s his jam, but really, he’s into it all.

Balancing dad life with tech trends, running, and movies? Tough, but Adrian’s passion keeps him going. And his love for mid-range phones? Well, it’s saved his wallet more than once. He’s all about getting the job done without breaking the bank.

Derrick Flynn
Derrick Flynn
With over four years of experience in tech journalism, Derrick has honed his skills and knowledge to become a vital part of the PhonesInsights team. His intuitive reviews and insightful commentary on the latest smartphones and wearable technology consistently provide our readers with valuable information.


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