The moto G100. The most Powerful Moto G ever. Is this true? Let’s find out.
Design and build
If you will be using the moto g100 full time you might want to keep a protective cover on. Because it is formed of plastic .So it can get scratched up relatively easily and that back end certainly feels plasticky a bit with a sort of textured finish.
So hopefully that should help to repel scuffs and greasy prints and other muck. At least Motorola’s made a bit of an effort with the design.
Moto G100 comes with an iridescent ocean version otherwise you can also grab it in the iridescent sky. As for the rest of the design while the moto g 100 rocks and plastic engine as well. And an edge-mounted fingerprint sensor which is housed really high up this right side of the smartphone.
On the other side, you’ve got a dedicated google assistant button as usual but on the plus side, you also get a headphone jack. And 207 grams. The moto g100 is a proper heifer that’s definitely got some serious weight to it. But in better news, it’s also splash resistant so no worries if you get a little bit moist.
And yes indeed you can either stick two sims in side by side otherwise that second sim slot can also be used to house micro sd memory cards up to one terabyte in size.
UI AND DESIGN
A stock android 11 slathered on there—no clunky UI’s or launchers. On top of that so certainly good news for anyone who likes just a clean bit of android action that’s not the same mode roller hasn’t added anything at all.
Because you do have the model experiences out which actually have some pretty nifty bonus bits chucked on, you’ve got fast access to some of the android’s customization features just to change up the general theme. With different colors and fonts one of the best additions is there. Gesture support and great stuff packed in here.
This serves up all the usual stuff like raise to wake which combines really nicely. With the face unlock feature which is not the nippiest around but it does the job. And you’ve also got that nifty swipe to split as well which is a quick and easy way of getting it into your two app multitasking mode.
G100 also got all classics like that double wrist twist to load up the camera app that’s all and everyone’s personal favorite the double karate chop in order to launch up the torch. You’ve also got some nifty tips and tricks in here.
the storage – you’ve got 128 gigs on there and it’s UFS 3.1 as well.
Display and audio
You get 6.7-inch IPS. It’s an absolute beast and sadly IPS not all lead unlike some rivals like the Poco f3 colors are still sort of reasonably punching g100 get respectable contrast.
Full HD plus resolution 2520 by 1080 helps keep images pretty sharp when you’re streaming ultra high content g100 get some nice fine detail despite the size of this panel. It is a twenty-one by nine stretched aspect ratio.
As you would get on a proper dedicated OLED display. However, one thing that you can mess around with is the display. The refresh rate is set to auto by default so it can flip between 60 and 90 based on what you’re actually up to otherwise you can stick it up to 90-hertz full time.
As for your audio suddenly, it’s not a stereo speaker setup here on the Motorola moto g100 just the single model speaker. That single speaker does put out quite a punchy bit of audio on that top volume. It’s nice and loud. So you shouldn’t have any problem listening to what’s going on in a pretty harsh environment. You do have a headphone jack down below so you can get a wide connection on the go. Otherwise Bluetooth 5.1 support complete with all of the usual audio effect.
Performance and design
Moto g 100 got the snapdragon 870 chipset bunged in here. Geekbench shows outstanding returns. If you don’t know that snapdragon 870 chipset is basically an even beefier version of one of the most powerful platforms that powered top-end flagship smartphones from last year.
The moto g 100 that’s packed by eight gigs of ddr5 RAM and certainly everyday performance is an absolute breeze and even if you want to do a bit of gaming as well the likes of gentian impact bump that up to the highest detail settings.
G100 maximum frame rate 60 fps and you will see the occasional little fluctuation when things get a little bit crazy but overall it remains very very playable.
Good news on the connectivity front because MotoG100 supports 5g and a bit of wi-fi six actions.
Moto g100 got a five 5000 MAH capacity battery stuffed inside the moto g100 so pretty standard for a moto g series smartphone that should keep you going all day long even with fairly intensive use as long as you don’t be smashing that generation too hard.
However, it is just Motorola’s turbo power 20 fast charge on here as well as a 20 watt charging pretty slow compared with a lot of budget rivals which tends to be hitting at least that sort of 33-watt mark at the moment.
It comes with a Quad setup.
- 64 MP, f/1.7, (wide), 1/2.0″, 0.7µm, PDAF, Laser AF
- 16 MP, f/2.2, 117˚ (ultrawide), 1.0µm,
- 2 MP, f/2.4, (depth)
Front camera :
- 16 MP, f/2.2, (wide), 1.0µm
- 8 MP, f/2.4, 118˚ (ultrawide), 1.12µm
The Motorola moto g100 smartphone quite a funky g series handset. that’s for sure gives a massive performance boost over a lot of the rest of the g series.
Stay Tuned. Hope to catch you in the next one, Peace out to you.