A week ago, Motorola released the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus in an event held in New Delhi. The two smartphones come with clear improvements over the Moto G (3rd generation), but the main highlight is the camera performance. Now, Motorola has released two new ads in order to increase the popularity of both the Moto G4 Plus and the Moto G4.

One video highlights the Moto G4 Plus’ Qualcomm Snapdragon 617 processor, 16MP rear camera with phase-detection and laser auto-focus, as well as f/2.0 lens. Another advantage of the phone is the TurboPower feature, which provides up to 6 hours of charge in 15 minutes.

The fingerprint sensor on the front of the device is also shown in the video, together with the Quick Capture feature that allows users to twist the phone and launch the rear camera instantly.

The other video highlights the Moto G4’s 5.5-inch Full HD display and the fact that it supports 4G speeds. It also praises the 13MP rear camera and promises the battery lasts for an entire day. Of course, that depends on usage.

The smartphones also run Android Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box, but they have different storage capacities. The Moto G4 Plus comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage while the Moto G4 has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of storage or 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, depending on the variant.

Moto G4 Plus has overheating issues in camera mode

Both models sport the same screen size and resolution while the Moto G4 Plus has a more advanced rear camera. Regarding the camera, we reported yesterday that, during a test of camera performance, the Moto G4 Plus overheated after 30 minutes in camera mode. This could represent a major issue since even the UI starts lagging and users would need to let the phone cool off before it can properly work again.

Currently, the Moto G4 Plus is being sold in India for the price of $202 (€181) for the 2GB RAM and 16GB storage variant. The version with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage costs $225 (€202). The smartphone is expected to be released globally while prices may vary depending on the market.

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