Moto G84 launched with Snapdragon 695 and 50MP camera for ₹19,999

Because Ordinary Blue is Boring

Motorola has jazzed up its budget-friendly Moto G-series with the new Moto G84 5G. What sets this one apart? Well, it's the first in the G-series lineup to rock a Pantone colour edition. And it's yours for ₹19,999. Clearly the phone is aimed at those with a tight budget yet it has a decent camera, battery and design.

The Moto G84 runs on a Snapdragon 695 chip and packs a 5,000mAh battery. It's got two sensors on the back, a 50MP OIS cam and an 8MP ultra-wide shooter. There aren't those extra macro or depth cams you usually see on phones in this price segment. And for selfies, there's a 16MP cam up front.

The smartphone has a 10-bit 6.5-inch pOLED screen with a 120Hz refresh rate and brightness of up to 1300 nits. The Moto G84 cruises along with Android 13 on board, and it's on the list for an Android 14 upgrade down the road. On top of that, you'll find a bunch of Moto's own apps and extras bundled in, like Moto Connect. And for the audiophiles out there, it boasts Dolby Atmos speakers with a side of Moto Spatial audio. You're in for some 3D sound action!

The Moto G84 5G keeps it simple with one variant (256GB + 12GB RAM) and offers three flavours in terms of colours — Viva Magenta, Marshmallow Blue and Midnight Blue. The first two rock a leather finish, while the Midnight Blue variant flaunts a sleek glass-like PMMA material.