Motorola G54 5G Review: Big Mess

– 8GB RAM + 128GB Storage: 15,999 – 2GB RAM + 256GB Storage: 18,999 Mint Green, Pearl Blue, and Midnight Blue color options.

Is it Worth Buying Motorola G54 5G?

Yes, there is no doubt about it, the Motorola G54 5G is worth buying but keep in mind, that the phone doesn't have a powerful SoC, and the cameras are not the best. So, this is the perfect phone for normal users but not the best for gamers.

Now, its not like the cameras are the worse but the worse part is low light photography. Its needs hell lot of work .

The end story is, that the Motorola G54 5G doesn’t provide the best night images while the ultra-wide lens is not perfect but yes, the daylight images come out good for the price of Rs 14999.

The MediaTek Dimensity 7020 is a good SoC but it's not powerful enough for heavy gaming.

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What this means is, don’t buy Motorola G54 5G for gaming at all, A little bit of gaming here and there is good but if you’re someone who plays games for hours then just stay away from this device.

By the way, the Motorola G54 5G is more powerful than the Motorola G84 5G which is priced at Rs 19,999.  – Motorola G54 5G (Dimensity 7020):  4,72,394 Antutu scores   – Motorola G84 5G (Snapdragon 695):  4,21,705 Antutu score

The 6.50-inch 120Hz LCD display is solid, it's not as good as AMOLED but it gets the job done. The screen brightness could have been a bit better, sometimes, it gets hard to read the small text under the sunlight.

Now, it's not like you won’t be able to read messages, watch YouTube videos, or take video calls but as this is a Rs 15999 smartphone, the Motorola could have provided a bright panel.

The single speaker is not a good option at any price range and when the phone is priced at Rs 15999, it's the worst thing.

The 6,000mAh battery will last for days without any sort of problem while the 33W charging is not faster but it gets the job done. So, If your smartphone owns you then the 6000mAh battery is perfect, you will easily get two days of battery life depending on how you use the phone.

The phone supports a micro-SD card too, so you can either use two SIM cards or one SIM and one micro-SD Card. Basically, Motorola G54 5G has a hybrid SIM slot.

Motorola G54 5G is the perfect smartphone for a normal user who doesn't play heavy games and is also okay with decent cameras. Just don't buy it for heavy gaming.