Motorola’s Moto G series have always been about giving the users bang for the buck. Yes, they have midrange specs, but software optimizations and the right features in the right places make them great bargain phones.
Here, we have the Moto g10. It’s launching alongside the Moto g30, but is a tad cheaper — it’s not available in the States right now, but you can get the Moto g10 from international sellers for about $180.
Is it worth it at that price? Mostly not, but I am only saying that because the g30 exists — the Moto g30 strikes a lot of right notes for a price of $220, …