The Moto G100 is the most advanced Motorola phone in the Moto G line. It brings Snapdragon 870 with 12 GB RAM to make most flagship envy. But does Motorola’s novelty compete with other top-of-the-line phones, or is it more of a premium middleman?
It may not have a metal body with a glass back, but the build quality does not disappoint. The 90 Hz LCD screen delivers a good image, but it can have a bright glow. The sound part also has no stereo sound, as in the Edge line.
The strong point of the G100 is the combination of Snapdragon 870 with 12 GB of RAM, making it the most agile Motorola we have tested. And with so much memory, it’s possible to keep multiple apps open in the background. With the 90 Hz screen, you can play some games at 90 fps, but do not expect to see everything in maximum graphics quality.
The battery is also another strength of the G100. It is among the best we have tested and provides autonomy for more than a day. The charging time could be better, but it is among many of the brand.
The camera set is basic. The G100 even records good photos in favorable bright situations, but does not expect too much in dark places. The camcorder records in 6K, but if you want to shake it off, it’s good to shoot in 4K only.
Ready for is a nice extra. It’s like the Samsung Dex which was inspired by the Motorola Atrix desktop mode. It makes cool extras and even serves to play on TV with a controller connected via Bluetooth.
Is it worth buying the Moto G100 or do you have better options? You can see this in our full analysis by following the link below.
(updated on April 2, 2021, 15:54)