4 reasons to buy,
3 reasons to skip Moto G64

reasons to buy

Minimal design

Even though the Moto G64 has a plastic build, it does not feel low-quality. The matte finish back helps in hiding fingerprints and smudges and the overall design is minimal and classy. 

Dual-speakers and Dolby Atmos

The Moto G64 features a stereo speakers setup and it also support Dolby Atmos which offers a 3D audio experience with both wired and wireless earphones.

Long battery backup

If you're looking for excellent battery backup, the 6,000mAh battery in the Moto G64 does not disappoint. It scores well in benchmarks and can last an entire day and then some on a full charge. 

Clean software experience

The Moto G64 runs on MyUX based on Android 14. The user interface is clean and smooth. While there are some pre-loaded apps, they can be uninstalled. 

reasons not to buy

Average display

The 6.5-inch IPS LCD display with 120Hz refresh rate on the Moto G64 is not bad by any means. However, its colour calibration is not on point and that is also because it is an LCD panel and not OLED. 

Slow charging

The Moto G64 supports 30W charging and the charger is provided in the box. It takes 30 minutes to charge the device from 0-29%, which can be a problem for many if you're used to faster charging speeds. 

Limited OS support

 The Moto G64 will only receive 1 major OS update, which is quite disappointing and can put off potential buyers.