The Power-branded entries in Motorola's G-series phones have always served as bastions against the pangs of battery anxiety and the new Moto G9 Power boasts the company's biggest cell in a phone to date.

Along with a huge 6000mAh battery, the G9 Power also totes a 6.8in 'Max Vision' display, 128GB of storage and a sub-£180 asking price. Here's all the information we have, following the phone's announcement.

When is the Moto G9 Power going on sale?

Motorola pulled the wraps off the Moto G9 Power on 5 November and made it available on the same day. In the UK, you'll be able to pick it up from the likes of Amazon, Argos, Carphone Warehouse and John Lewis.

As for which other markets it's set to arrive in, it's destined for select countries within Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia.

How much is the Moto G9 Power?

As mentioned up top, in the UK and Europe, the Moto G9 Power arrives with an RRP of £179/€199 (approximately US$230).

Not only is Motorola bringing the G9 Power to market in the same year as its predecessor - the Moto G8 Power - it turns out to be even more affordable (the G8 power cost £219/€249 at launch).

What features does the Moto G9 Power offer?

The “biggest battery ever in the Motorola phone” is a promising foundation on which to build a phone and the company claims that the Power's 6000mAh cell is rated to offer up to 60 hours of use per charge.

The phone also packs in 20W TurboPower fast charging and, as with previous generations, offers reverse charging so that it can be used to juice up your other gadgets, as needed.

Here's a full rundown of the Moto G9 Power's spec sheet:

  • 6.8in HD+ 'Max Vision' IPS LCD
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 processor
  • 4GB RAM
  • 128GB storage
  • microSD expandability up to 512GB
  • Rear cameras:
    • 64Mp main sensor
    • 2Mp macro sensor
    • 2Mp depth sensor
  • 16Mp front-facing hole-punch camera
  • Android 10 w/ My UX
  • Rear fingerprint sensor
  • 6000mAh battery
  • 20W TurboPower fast charging
  • Dedicated Google Assistant button
  • Bluetooth 5.0
  • NFC
  • FM radio
  • USB-C
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
  • 172.14 x 76.79 x 9.66mm
  • 221 grams
  • Colours: Metallic Sage, Electric Violet

Motorola's also worked to include an improved software experience, with a new quick-gesture to initiate split-screen multitasking, called 'swipe-to-split' and a reworked camera interface as part of its Camera 3.0 update, which focuses on better one-handed use and offers a new video shooting option called spot colour (which was previously a photo-only option).

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