Motorola Moto G9 Plus review: Price in Pakistan 2020 and full specifications
Motorola moto g9 plus price in Pakistan is: 44,000
Moto G is already a cult smartphone series. Its newest member, the Moto G9 Plus, is probably the last of a generation, so this review is also sort of a culmination of the brand’s accomplishments so far.
Traditionally Motorola emphasizes good value for money in order to reach the largest possible audience. On the other hand, Americans understand that this is a very narrow segment. So let’s try to identify the main buyers for whom the Motorola G9 Plus was created.
The Motorola Moto G9 Plus box shows that we are dealing with a typical mid-range smartphone, with accents that should somehow set it apart from the competition. At the same time, an unevenly colored cuboid does not close completely, which is not a drawback – among the same monochrome and difficult to open boxes.
When we look inside, in addition to the smartphone, we will find waste paper, a clip of the SIM card tray, a rubber case and a modular charger. However, the latter differs in the USB-C block (30 W), some people may perceive the rejection of USB-A negatively. The case is made of rubber and doesn’t fit as tightly as you might expect. On the other hand, we can see that Motorola tried to reduce the camera protrusion by this.
Design and build quality
The Moto G9 Plus is a really big smartphone. Size may be the main reason for choosing a Motorola smartphone or its curse. In my case, it only took a few minutes to get used to the extremely large display. Naturally, larger dimensions mean more weight, although here the company can be commended for using plastic. You may not feel any effect to the touch, but your hand does not get tired when using this device.
Rigidity is high, although a shiny case could hide dirt better. The front part meets us with not too large frames, although they are noticeable. Traditionally, the lower chin is slightly thicker than the rest. It’s a shame Motorola doesn’t offer any glass protectors out of the box. The front of the smartphone in question has a relatively small cutout for a selfie camera.
The top edge has a speaker grill for calls. The back of the Motorola Moto G9 Plus looks elegant, but as I said, it loves to collect dirt, including prints. Immediately striking is the camera module, which does not protrude unnecessarily. On top of the device there is a 3.5mm headphone jack and an additional microphone. Below is a multimedia speaker, USB-C connector, main microphone. The left side contains a tray for SIM and MicroSD cards with a voice assistant key. Right – volume and lock buttons combined with a fingerprint scanner.
A separate button for the voice assistant is kind of a nice addition, although we won’t be able to change its purpose. The fingerprint scanner is lightning fast – definitely faster and more accurate than many flagships. In addition, we have a speaker that is not impressive, but at the same time it cannot be called terrible.
Display and image quality
Today if a smartphone has a fingerprint scanner located outside the display, then you should not expect an AMOLED panel. Over time, the pattern will change and LCD technology will be able to hide the aforementioned biometric module, but this will take some time. Motorola doesn’t tempt us with deep blacks, which is why it offers an HDR10 certified screen.
The Motorola Moto G9 Plus display could have offered brighter colors as well as higher maximum brightness. However, the manufacturer used colorful moving wallpapers, which mitigate some of the problems. Overall, the Moto G9 Plus’s screen is pleasant to look at, although we won’t find much of an impression. Except for the size, of course.
Motorola Moto G9 Plus cameras
The Motorola camera app is very simple. The company has made no small effort to provide quick access to individual modules. At the same time, the main menu is not overcrowded with many unnecessary switches. In terms of ergonomics, everything is fine; it is difficult to single out any drawbacks among the available modes.
Moto G9 Plus allows you to shoot video in resolutions: FullHD (30 and 60 fps), 4K (30 fps), slow motion, HD (240 fps), FullHD (120 fps). While 4K at 60fps isn’t found in this price range, what’s more interesting is that Motorola has ditched 720p for traditional videos. We will also only use the wide angle lens in the basic settings. The quality of the photos taken from the Moto G9 Plus cameras is typical of Motorola. The manufacturer focuses primarily on naturalness, so it seems that the software is designed to improve the final result by all means and algorithms. However, this is not necessarily a bad thing, as the quality itself is good. With sufficient light, nothing should be disappointing, even the macro camera works exceptionally well. Of course, when we switch to a wide-angle lens, we will notice clearly different color reproduction and poorer quality of details,