Motorola has seen its fortunes fade under Lenovo’s tutelage, but the brand continues to roll out a cavalcade of budget phones that seemingly don’t differ all that much from their predecessors. While it doesn’t have the same level of cachet as five years ago, Motorola makes some of the best cheap Android phones and continues to do well in markets like the U.S.
But the brand’s sales have taken a nosedive in countries like India, where the Chinese contingent of Xiaomi and Realme effectively rule the budget category. Motorola’s answer to this is to decrease the price of its budget devices with each generation. The Moto G9 Power launched back in December for ₹11,999 ($160), and Motorola launched its successor — the Moto G10 Power — just three months later.
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