Moto G10 Power with Snapdragon 460 SoC and 6000mAh battery launched in India at Rs 9,999

Moto G10 Power

Moto G10 Power is the next budget offering from Motorola in India. Interestingly, the company says that this is not a direct successor to the Moto G9 Power launched in early December, last year. But a new smartphone in the highly competitive segment in the country. It ships with the latest Android 11 and features a bigger battery capacity. The device retails at Rs 9,999 and will be available in the country starting from March 16th on Flipkart.

Moto G10 Power — Tech Specs

The Moto G10 Power features a 6.5-inches HD+ display. It is an LCD display; which the company calls Max Vision Display that comes with a dewdrop notch, wherein the selfie shooter resides. The display encloses in a polycarbonate body on the back, which has a textured pattern. The device will be available in two colour variants comprising — Aurora Gray and Breeze Blue.

Under the hood, the G10 Power has a Snapdragon 460 SoC powering the device. It is an octa-core processor delivering clock speeds of up to 1.8GHz. The SoC accompanies 4GB of RAM and 64GB on onboard storage. On the software front, the G10 Power ships with the latest Android 11 out of the box.

Around the back, there are four rear cameras: 48MP f/1.7 acts as the primary sensor; coupled with an 8MP ultra wide-angle camera, 2MP depth and 2MP macro cameras. On the front, the notch carries an 8MP selfie shooter as well. There are various camera modes comprising — night vision mode, shot optimisation mode, HDR, portrait mode, to name a few.


There is a monstrous 6000mAh battery capacity that powers the Moto G10 Power. It charges through USB Type-C and supports Motorola’s 20W fast charging support.

The other highlights of the device includes IP52 rating (water-repellent), dual-band Wi-Fi, 2×2 MIMO VoLTE, Moto Actions, and a dedicated Google Assistant button.

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Vishnu Sarangapurkar

Vishnu works as a Content Writer for Mr. Phone. His primary interests revolve around covering smartphones and all other gadgets connected to the Internet.