Is it Worth Buying Motorola Tab G62?
The tablet market has grown by 300% compared to last year and that’s the main reason why we’re seeing more budget tablets from almost all the Mobile Brands.
It started with RealMe Pad X and now we have a newly launched Motorola Tab G62 4G, so let’s find out whether it’s worth the Rs 15,999 price or not.
Motorola Tab G62 4G Price in India
- 4GB Ram + 64GB Storage: Rs 15,999 (Wi-Fi)
- 4GB Ram + 64GB Storage: Rs 17,999 (LTE)
The tab only comes in the Frost Blue color option and it will go for sale on 22nd August 2022 via Flipkart at noon.
Is it Worth Buying Motorola Tab G62 4G?
The Motorola Tab G62 4G has almost everything that users want from a bigger display, solid build quality, longer battery life, pure stock Android experience, 3.5mm audio jack, and quad speakers while it’s available at Rs 15999 which is a good price for what Motorola is offering.
All in all, the Motorola Tab G62 4G is worth buying a tablet for casual usage, it’s not the best option for gaming.
- 10.60-inches FHD+ LCD display
- 82.6% screen-to-body ratio
- 2000 x 1200 Pixels Resolution
- 251.2 x 158.8 x 7.5 mm Dimensions
- 60Hz refresh rate
- 220 PPI density
- Glass front, Aluminum back, Aluminum frame
As you can tell, the Motorola Tab G62 4G is made for entertainment purposes, it’s the best option if you want to buy a tablet for watching movies or YouTube Videos or even for video calls.
The 10.60-inches LCD panel is good too, there won’t be any kind of issue while doing any kind of task.
- 8MP Primary: 1080p video recording at 30fps
- 8MP Front: 1080p video recording at 30fps
We have never seen great cameras on budget tablets and the same has been repeated on Motorola Tab G62 4G.
Don’t expect the quality to be like Smartphones. Compared to other tablets under Rs 15000, Motorola has done a good job when it comes to the rear as well as front cameras.
The 8MP front camera is good too, you will get a decent amount of details while taking video calls.
Motorola has also added a single microphone which will help a lot while taking video calls.
Overall, considering the price, you will be more than happy with the cameras.
Again, it’s a good camera for a budget tablet.
Check out the Cameras Samples of Motorola Tab G62 4G
- Qualcomm SM6225 Snapdragon 680 4G (6 nm)
- GPU: Adreno 610
- CPU: Octa-core (4×2.4 GHz Kryo 265 Gold & 4×1.9 GHz Kryo 265 Silver)
- Android 12 – MyUX 3.0 for Tablets
We all know that Snapdragon 680 is not built for gaming, it’s a budget processor, and it’s made for casual usage.
The tab runs on Android 12 based on MyUX 3.0.
Motorola needs to fix some problems like, while scrolling through apps or social media, the screen freezes for a microsecond, it’s noticeable too and it can be fixed with an OTA update.
The UI is lightweight, so there won’t be any kind of problems while using the tab in day-to-day life.
A little bit of UI improvement would be good.
- Stereo speakers (4 speakers)
- Dolby Atmos Supported
- No 3.5mm audio jack
The tablets come with 4 speakers and Dolby Atmos supports, so you won’t have to worry about the audio.
Motorola has provided the best quality speakers.
As I have said. Motorola has also added a single microphone which will help a lot while taking video calls.
In short, the tab has great speakers. So there won’t be any kind of problems while watching movies or even playing games.
- 7,700 mAh battery
- 20W wired Charging
- USB Type-C 2.0
It has a 7,700mAh battery with 20W charging support and yes, the charger is included with the box.
Now, if you’re a heavy user then be ready to charge the tablet twice a day but for a normal user, the battery can last for more than a day too.
If your budget is Rs 15000 then you should add a thousand more and go with Motorola Tab G62 4G but if you can go up to Rs 20000 then I would highly recommend you to consider the RealMe Pad X which will give you better performance.
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