Motorola G62 5G Review: Again, the same

Written by Rahul Makwana


Motorola G62 5G price in India starts from Rs 17,999 for 6GB RAM + 128GB storage in India.


It comes with  50MP primary sensor, 8MP ultra-wide lens, and 2MP macro lens while there is a 16MP selfie shooter on the front

The 50MP primary sensor takes some good images under good lighting, there is no issue with dynamic range too. The images do have that softness or sharpness, in short, Motorola has worked on day photography.

This is where you will feel disappointed because most of the night images have dynamic range issues, images are soft and even sharper. In short, night images are not useable at all.

Now that, 8MP ultra-wide also captures the same colors as the primary sensor but as this is an 8MP sensor, the details are not the same.

The front sensor tries to add sharpness, and softness and try to make your skin a bit white. Again, it also has the same dynamic range issue, the sensor tries to overexpose the background too much and in between, it loses out details.

The cameras are not that bad but it also doesn’t justify the 18k price tag, you can call this a 13k camera on an 18k smartphone.


Motorola G62 5G comes with a 6.50-inches 120Hz LED panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels and 405 PPI density

Overall, for the price of Rs 17,999, The display could have been better but again, it’s not that bad too.


The Snapdragon 695 is good processor, so there won't be any kind of issue while using the smartphone in day to day life.

Overall, Snapdragon 695 is not gaming SoC but still, you will able to play COD Mobile at medium graphics. By the way, the device runs on Android 12.


Overall, the speaker quality is great and there is no issue with the call quality too.


The Motorola G62 5G comes with a 5,000 mAh battery with 20W charging support.

This is a big letdown because we have tons of smartphones with 30W and even 50W fast charging below 20k and here comes the Motorola with only 20W charging support.


The Motorola G62 5G has its own Pros and Cons which I have already mentioned here, so if you feel, Moto G62 5G is a good option for you then do for otherwise, this is not the only smartphone available under Rs 20000 in India.


I have used quite of few Motorola smartphones and one thing is very clear, the budget Moto phones don’t have good cameras, so you have to sacrifice the cameras to get that smooth Android experience.