The Moto G8 will have a 6.4” display with 720p+ resolution marks a drop in pixel density. The selfie camera still has an 8MP sensor. The triple camera on the back is an upgrade. It features a new 16MP main unit as well as 8MP ultra-wide-angle (119°) and a 2MP macro cameras.
The fourth module is a Laser AF system. The main camera can record 4K video at 30fps and the G8 Plus has a 48MP main and 16MP ultrawide cameras.
The Motorola Moto G8 features a better chipset too, a Snapdragon 665. The Adreno 600-class GPU is nearly twice as fast as the 500-class GPU and the CPU is slightly faster too.
The memory configuration is the same as last year, 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. This is a dual SIM phone, but you can put a microSD card instead of a second SIM.
The new model sports a larger battery which is 4,000mAh and charging speed has taken a hit and the G8 only supports 10W.
The Moto G8 is available in Brazil for BRL 1,143. In the UK, the phone will retail for £180 with Amazon, Argos and John Lewis selling it. It will be expanded to the rest of Latin America, Europe, Asia and Australia.