New Motorola Moto G62 launches with Snapdragon 695 chipset in India. The Moto G62 5G was originally launched by Motorola back in June, but the firm has already created another model with the same name just for the Indian market.
Although it has increased processing capability, the phone remains mostly the same. More on it in a moment, but it is also comparable to other Motos. The Snapdragon 695 CPU, which replaces the Snapdragon 480+ of the prior G62, powers the new Moto G62. Even though both chipsets claim to include “Adreno 619,” a cursory comparison reveals a newer node (6nm vs. 8nm), newer CPU cores (2x Cortex-A78 and 6x A55 vs. 2x A76 + 6x A55), and a faster GPU.
Motorola India has two configurations: one with 6GB of RAM and the other with 8GB, both with 128GB of storage. That surpasses the previous version’s meager 4GB of RAM. If you don’t intend to use a second SIM card, you also get a MicroSD slot (for cards up to 1TB).
New Motorola Moto G62 launches with Snapdragon 695 chipset in India
The phone comes pre-installed with “near stock” Android 12. Apart from that, the phones are essentially identical. They have 6.5″ panels with a 120Hz refresh rate and FHD+ resolution (20:9). There is a 16MP camera built into it (f/2.2, 1.0 m native pixels, 2.0 with 4-in-1 binning), which can capture 1080p video at 30 frames per second.
On the other side, there is a 2MP macro camera, an 8MP super wide-angle camera, and a 50MP primary camera (f/1.8, 0.64 mm native pixels, 1.28 mm with 4-in-1 binning). The wide-angle and ultra-wide cameras can only capture video at 1080p quality (the main can do it at 60fps, the ultra-wide at 30fps).