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Motorola g8 Power Smartphone, Android, 4GB RAM, 6.4", 4G LTE, SIM Free, 64GB, & Google Chromecast (2018) £209.95 @ John Lewis & Partners
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Motorola g8 Power Smartphone, Android, 4GB RAM, 6.4", 4G LTE, SIM Free, 64GB, & Google Chromecast (2018) £209.95 @ John Lewis & Partners

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Posted 21st MarEdited by:"MrSwitch"

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Created with a huge 5000mAh battery, an AI-powered quad camera system, a 6.4", Max Vision Full HD+ display, along with dual stereo speakers tuned by Dolby, the Motorola g8 Power enables you to do all the things you enjoy, without worrying about recharging.

Great photos
Thanks to the 16MP selfie camera, you’ll have some impressive shots to upload to your social media sites, whilst the AI-powered, rear quad camera featuring macro, optical and wide lenses will ensure you capture those magic moments.

Be immersed
Designed for those who enjoy a larger screen, the Motorola g8 Power plus 6.4” Max Vision FHD+ display provides a good amount of visual real estate for movies and games. The dual stereo speakers are tuned by Dolby, to deliver a powerful sound and to help provide a complete, immersive experience.

5000mAh battery
The g8 Power is fitted with a 5000mAh battery that can last up to 3 days on a single charge (depending on usage).

What is RAM?
RAM (Random Access Memory) is different to the permanent storage provided by hard disk drives (HDD), solid state drives (SSD) or memory cards in your equipment. RAM is used by your device to temporarily store data to carry out everyday operations. The more RAM your machine has, the faster you can expect it to open and run programs.

This device has 4GB of RAM.
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Looks like a cracking deal
Might want to trim the description a bit. Lol
So what's the largest screen budget smartphone that has NFC that I could get? I was considering the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 but no NFC. Thanks
Huawei P smart Z has NFC
Bogami21/03/2020 10:45

So what's the largest screen budget smartphone that has NFC that I could …So what's the largest screen budget smartphone that has NFC that I could get? I was considering the Xiaomi Mi Max 3 but no NFC. Thanks


Largest screen?
cullies21/03/2020 10:58

Huawei P smart Z has NFC


Wow nice. Not heard of this before
Bogami21/03/2020 11:21

Yes like the Mi Max 3 but with NFC. Thanks


Huawei Y MAX?
Bogami21/03/2020 11:26

I did consider that but it didn't have NFC


Honor note 10?
Upgrade on a Samsung S8? Had a G5 before and was impressed with it.
robchester21/03/2020 13:11

Upgrade on a Samsung S8? Had a G5 before and was impressed with it.


In some ways yes (battery/processor)

Camera is better in your S8.
My two favorite tech devices in one bundle, you can do no wrong with these two let me assure you.
MrSwitch21/03/2020 13:14

In some ways yes (battery/processor)Camera is better in your S8.


Cheers, shame camera is better as it gets used a lot. Happy to get the same but don't want to step backwards.
MrSwitch21/03/2020 11:31

Honor note 10?


This is exactly what I'm looking for! Now looking out for your next post for an offer @MrSwitch 👌
Got it recently because of the battery and was willing to sacrifice nfc /wireless charging but tbh I found it very slow even though the software is close to stock android. Battery will last 2 days easily but that's the only positive.
How about the other bundles? Motorola Macro plus Chromecast is £170.
Zxcd21/03/2020 18:13

How about the other bundles? Motorola Macro plus Chromecast is £170.


Moto macro is £99 at EE
MrSwitch21/03/2020 13:14

In some ways yes (battery/processor)Camera is better in your S8.


The S8 processor is far superior to the this, surely?
tumbleweed3425/03/2020 17:57

The S8 processor is far superior to the this, surely?


At this point I'd say no, a flagship processor from 2017 and an exynos 8 series at that.
MrSwitch25/03/2020 18:02

At this point I'd say no, a flagship processor from 2017 and an exynos 8 …At this point I'd say no, a flagship processor from 2017 and an exynos 8 series at that.


Not according to this.

versus.com/en/…895
tumbleweed3426/03/2020 11:25

Not according to this. …Not according to this. https://versus.com/en/qualcomm-snapdragon-665-vs-samsung-exynos-8895


You have to factor in the age of the phone as well, I said at this point (meaning it's a three year old phone that has had use) and so a brand new phone with a snapdragon 665 will feel quicker.
MrSwitch26/03/2020 11:29

You have to factor in the age of the phone as well, I said at this point …You have to factor in the age of the phone as well, I said at this point (meaning it's a three year old phone that has had use) and so a brand new phone with a snapdragon 665 will feel quicker.


Personally, I doubt it.
tumbleweed3426/03/2020 11:39

Personally, I doubt it.


Have you ever used a three year old samsung?

But I digress, we can't agree on everything
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