Motorola’s Moto G series has long been loved for offering quality and OK performance for a very affordable price. And the Moto g30 is dead set to continue that legacy.
It’s currently not sold in the US but can be obtained through international sellers for about $220. That money gets you a generously big 90 Hz screen, a midrange processor, and an OK camera, but no 5G. Is it worth the asking price?
I think it is. It’s a very solid midranger. It runs OK so long as you are not expecting it to handle heavy apps or serious multi-tasking and its camera can take a few good shots (but not …