With a 6.7-inch IPS LCD and a 90Hz refresh rate, the Moto G100 delivers a spacious and seamless viewing experience. The panel has FHD+ resolution and is also HDR10 certified. Users get not only one but two selfie cameras with a 16MP main unit and an 8MP ultrawide module that helps include more friends in the shot.
Another major selling point of the G100 lies under the hood of the flagship Snapdragon 870 chipset. This is by far the most powerful chip on a Moto G phone and is believed to deliver flagship class performance. The chip combines 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage which can then be expanded via a microSD slot.
On the back, the Moto G100 packs a 64MP main camera with an f/1.7 aperture and a 1/2″ sensor (0.7μm pixel size). It joins a 16MP ultrawide sensor with an LED flash that also serves as a macro camera for some interesting close-up shots. Other modules include a 2MP fixed focus depth sensor and a ToF module for fast laser autofocus.
The software section handled My UX which looked like Motorola’s interface which was on top of Android 11. A new addition here is the “Ready For” platform that features a desktop-like interface once connected to an external monitor or TV. Motorola also features a docking station that helps keep your phone charged and connected while having an internal cooling fan to keep cool temperatures up.
Complementing the spec sheet is a 5,000mAh battery with 20W fast charging, a 3.5 headphone jack, and NFC connectivity. The phone also offers a waterproof coating although there is no official IP rating.
The Moto G100 comes in Iridescent Sky, Iridescent Ocean, and Slate Grey colors. The price is set at €499.99 and will be available in certain European and Latin American markets starting this week.