• - Introducing the Motorola Moto G100 with Snapdragon 870‌, 90Hz display and 5,000mAh battery

    Introducing the Motorola Moto G100 with Snapdragon 870‌, 90Hz display and 5,000mAh battery
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    On Thursday, March 25, 2021, Motorola unveiled another model called the Moto G100 in addition to the Moto G100, which is somewhat closer to the flagship phones on the market with the Snapdragon 870 processor. The Moto G100‌, of course, is not a new phone in Motorola's portfolio and can be called exactly the same Motorola Edge S that was introduced to the Chinese market nearly two months ago. On paper, these two phones differ only in color and memory versions, and other than that, there is no other difference between them. 64-megapixel camera, bulky battery and dual selfie are among the important features of these two models. �

    The Moto G100‌ looks relatively large and bulky, offering a wider workspace with a more elongated screen than usual. The body of this model, except for the screen, which is covered with Gorilla Glass 3 (with a layer resistant to fingerprints), is plastic, and this is apparently true of the chassis and frame in addition to the back. The 168.4mm length is slightly longer than the other 6.7-inch screen due to the 21: 9 aspect ratio, and for example measures a few millimeters longer than the Galaxy A72‌. Another reduction in width is the result of the elongated screen of this model, which with a size of nearly 74 mm is still lower than the average of this category. The thickness of the device is about 9.7 mm, which in combination with the weight of 207 grams, takes the G100‌ out of the conditions required to be among the slim and light phones. �

    6.7-inch LCD display with full HD Plus resolution in 21: 9 aspect ratio Or 1080 × 2560 pixels, which is updated 90 times per second and supports HDR10 content and DCI-P3 color gamut. According to Motorola, this screen covers 85% of the phone and, as mentioned earlier, is protected by a layer of Gorilla Glass 3 against minor damage. �

    Top of the screen on the left side punched into two holes for two cameras We take a selfie of the device, which includes a normal camera and an ultraviolet camera. The main camera is a 16-megapixel one with f/2.2 and a pixel size of 1 micron, which by combining the side pixels is able to make virtual 2-micron pixels in 4-megapixel resolution, resulting in better performance (at least in theory) in low light environments. The second camera in this area is an 8-megapixel ultraviolet with f/2.4 and a field of view of 118 degrees, which allows you to take group selfies. Neither camera is equipped with autofocus, and the maximum video resolution is 1080p/30fps. �

    On the back of the phone we encounter a series of more exciting cameras, including two capable cameras Imaging is a depth-of-field sensor and a laser autofocus ToF mechanism. The G100 main camera is a 64-megapixel model with a 1/2-inch sensor, each 0.7-micron pixel of which combines with three adjacent pixels to form a larger 1.4-micron pixel at 16-megapixel resolution. With a f/1.7 aperture lens, the camera achieves a maximum resolution of 6K at 30 frames per second and supports 4K and FHD video at 30 and 60 frames per second. �

    The second camera in this section is a 16-megapixel ultraviolet with 117-degree field of view and aperture The lens is f/2.2, which also supports autofocus, allowing you to shoot very close subjects up to 2.5 cm. The maximum video resolution supported by this camera is 4K/30fps, and it also supports 1080p shooting at 30 or 60 frames per second. The Motorola logo on the back of this model has only a decorative aspect, and this time the fingerprint sensor has been moved to the side of the device and on the power button. �

    Motorola is processing the newly introduced Snapdragon 870 chipset in this phone. Gone, of course, should be called an update to the Snapdragon 865 Plus, which is itself an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 865. The structure of this 7-nanometer processor uses 1 Arm Cortex-A77 core with a frequency of 3.2 GHz at the highest level, and 2 similar cores of A77 with a frequency of 2.42 GHz and 4 cores of 1.8 GHz A55 are used according to the type of use. Graphics processing in this processor is the responsibility of Adreno 650, and thanks to the external modem Snapdragon X55, access to 5G network is also provided. The phone has 8 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128 GB of UFS 3.1 internal memory can be upgraded to another 1 GB via a microSD memory slot. �

    The battery capacity of the device is 5,000 mAh, which according to Motorola is 40 hours It brings durability to this collection. The charger provided with the phone is a 20-watt model called the TurboPower 20, which is not mentioned in the device specification page for its charging speed. �

    In the list of communication options for this model, except 5G, you must have WiFi version 6, Bluetooth 5.1 with NFC and GPS/GLONASS/Galileo routers mentioned, and the headset jack is not forgotten in the meantime. �

    The operating system of the Android 11 device with a user interface close to raw Android is the latter It has been one of the constant attractions of Motorola phones in recent years. A new option in the software part of this model belongs to the Ready For platform, which allows displaying a desktop user interface, such as as soon as the phone is connected to an external monitor or TV. Motorola has also included a dock to place the phone in this mode, which not only facilitates the connection to the external display, but also allows the phone to be charged and the internal components to be cooled by the fan. �

    Motorola Moto G100 in three colors gray, blue and white since unveiling with Priced at € 499.99 or 9 449.99, it is available in European and some selected Latin American markets, and no information is available on its possible presence in other markets.

    Source: Motorola

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