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These are the best cases for Moto G Power (2022) you can buy right now

These are the best cases for Moto G Power (2022) you can buy right now

The Moto G Power (2022) is still a relatively new budget-friendly phone that comes with an emphasis on long battery life. It brings a bunch of noteworthy improvements over the predecessor, including a high refresh-rate panel and more memory among other things. It looks like a solid option to consider for a starting price of $200. The Moto G Power (2022) is said to have a good build quality overall but the matte-textured plastic back doesn’t exactly scream quality. Thankfully you can cover the phone with a case that’ll also protect it at the same time. There are a bunch of options available on the market and we’re going to check out some of the best ones in this article. Here are the best cases for Moto G Power (2022) you can buy right now.

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Best cases for Moto G Power (2022)

    Official Motorola case

    The Motorola Essentials case is one of the default options for Moto G Power (2022). It's a lightweight and slim case made out of TPU material and is available to purchase in six different colors.

    Built-in screen protector

    The SUPCASE Unicron Beetle Pro is a heavy-duty rugged case that offers all-around protection to the Moto G Power (2022). The UB Pro case comes with precise cut-outs for the ports, a rotatable belt clip, a kickstand at the back for a hands-free viewing experience, and more.

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    Clear case TPU bumper

    Spigen's Ultra Hybrid protective case is a solid option to consider if you're looking to buy a simple translucent case for the Moto G Power (2022). This particular case is made out of a TPU bumper and a polycarbonate back that gives it good protection overall.

    3 In 1 Bumper protection

    If you don't mind putting up with a bulky case, then you might want to consider checking out the Anloes rugged case for the Moto G Power (2022). It features a three-layer design to provide 360-degree rugged protection, making it snowproof, dustproof, shockproof, and more.

    Textured back

    The UNPEY protective case features what the company calls a non-slip texture that makes it easier for you to grip the phone. This particular case comes with a dual-layer design for good protection and it's also available to purchase in a bunch of different color options.

    Finger ring for holding/kickstand

    The Janmitta protective case for the Moto G Power (2022) is a relatively thin option in this collection. One of the best things about this particular case is that it comes with a finger ring at the back for holding the phone or using it as a kickstand.

Closing Thoughts

Well, that brings us to the end of this particular collection. As you can see, there are plenty of case options for the Moto G Power (2022) model. While all the options mentioned in this collection are worth considering, we’d say the SUPCASE UB Pro rugged case and the Spigen Ultra Hybrid clear case are our favorites. The SUPCAE UB Pro case offers 360-degree protection for your phone and also comes with a built-in screen protector. The Ultra Hybrid case from Spigen, on the other hand, is a simple-looking clear case for those who don’t necessarily want to add a lot of bulk to their devices.

The Moto G Power (2022) is readily available to purchase online right now. The 64GB variant of the phone is going for $189 at the time of writing this article. We think it’s a pretty good deal for those who are looking to buy a reliable mid-range phone with a long-lasting battery. You can use the link below to find the best price for it online. Alternatively, you can also check out our collection of the best Motorola phones if you’re interested in checking out other Moto phones that are worth considering in 2022.

    The Moto G Power (2022) comes with a 6.5-inch 90Hz 720p screen, a MediaTek Helio G35, a massive 5,000 mAh battery, and more.

So which case are you buying for the Moto G Power (2022)? Let us know by dropping a line in the comments below.

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Karthik Iyer
Karthik Iyer

Karthik covers PC hardware for XDA Computing. When not at work, you will find him yelling at his monitors while playing video games.

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