On the utility front, Motorola has offered a single speaker setup, USB Type-C charging, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. There's a dedicated Google Assistant key as well, which isn't a feature that's common at all, whether at this price point or even higher.
Meanwhile, on the backside, you'll find a fingerprint scanner with the Motorola logo embedded into it. Unfortunately, it's not the most accurate reader, and tends to give a few incorrect readings from time to time. Luckily, the 5,000 mAh battery more than makes up for it and should last you more than a day even with heavy usage, and two days if you're frugal. There's support for 18W Turbo Power charging which isn't the quickest when it comes to fast charging speeds, but it's not a deal-breaker considering the price and the huge battery. Motorola also includes a plastic case in the box that's quite necessary considering the plastic build quality, that's susceptible to scratches.
Lastly, let's talk about the design. We received the Twilight Blue colour, that's got a nice gradient on the back. It's simple enough, but if you're one for something flashy, there's a Moonlight White colour option too. The phone is quite bulky, which is probably due to the pop-up camera system, but it does have a nice weight to it, which lends a slightly premium feel to the device.