Motorola launched both Moto G100 and Moto G50. The Moto G50 arrives with a plastic body with water repellent design, 48-megapixels triple rear camera setup with 90Hz refresh rate screen, and powered by Snapdragon 480 processor.
The Moto G50 is more like a G10 with 5G at an affordable price range. It is available in Steel Grey and Aqua Green color options and will roll out in Europe in the coming weeks at €249.99 ($294).
The Moto G100 is priced at €499.99 / £449.99 ($588 / $618) and will start rolling out in Europe, UK, and Latin America. Motorola also launched Ready For dock and a connector cable.
It arrives with a P2i coating for Splash resistance, measures 8.95mm, and weighs 192g. As usual, the Motorola LOGO at the back doubles as the fingerprint scanner, and it comes with a Hybrid Dual SIM, either nano + nano / microSD.
Moto G50 sports a 6.5-inch HD+ MaxVision 20:9 aspect ratio display with 720 pixels screen resolution. It boasts of 90Hz refresh rate and arrives with a waterdrop notch display.
It is powered by an Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 480 8nm Mobile Platform with Adreno 619 GPU, and this is apparently the first Smartphone with the Snapdragon 480 5G chipset to launch in Europe.
You can find it in 4GB of RAM in either 64GB / 128GB internal storage, and it is expandable up to 1TB through a dedicated MicroSD card slot. It runs on Android 11 OS out of the box and Motorola has committed to one major OS update.
Motorola also upgraded the camera features also, where you have the primary f/1.7 48-megapixels camera that can record 4k video with Quad Pixel technology, LED flash, 5-megapixels macro cameras, and 2-megapixels depth sensor with f/2.4 aperture.
It is almost identical to the Moto G10, but Motorola omitted the ultrawide sensor. Inside the waterdrop notch is the 13-megapixels front camera with an f/2.2 aperture. It comes with support for Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, GPS + GLONASS.
Motorola also did well by including the 3.5mm audio jack, support for FM Radio, and there is a bottom-ported speaker with smart PA. It is fueled by a 5000mAh battery with support for 15W charging through a USB-C port (USB 2.0) and still comes with a 10W charger in the box.
On the other hand, we’ve got the Moto G100 and it is a premium solid mid-range Smartphone and it is almost similar to the Motorola Edge S that released in China around two months ago.
It is powered by Snapdragon 7nm Mobile Platform with a Core running up to 3.2GHz, and it is best so far for the Moto G series with better Adreno 650 GPU and comes in either 8GB RAM with 128GB storage and 12GB RAM with 256GB storage and they are expandable up to 1TB.
The 6.7-inch Full HD+ LCD screen with 21:9 aspect ratio is quite impressive with support for 90Hz refresh rate, 560 nits brightness, HDR10 certified DCI-P3 Color Gamut and comes with 1080pixels screen resolution.
At the top left, Motorola added two selfie snapper inside the camera cutout, there’s the primary 16-megapixels Quad Pixel camera with f/2.2 aperture, and secondary f/2.4 8-megapixels 118° ultra-wide camera.
The rear camera setup includes the main f/1.7 64-megapixels camera with a 1/2″ sensor (0.7μm pixel size), supported by a secondary 16-megapixels ultrawide sensor with a ring LED flash which also doubles as a macro camera.
Other camera modules are a 2-megapixels fixed focus depth and a ToF module for fast laser autofocus. It also comes with NFC support, 5G SA/NSA, Dual 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, and GPS (L1 + L5).
It comes with P2i for splash resistance, 9.69mm thick, weighs 207g, comes with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, and a dedicated Google Assistant button. It also arrives with a 3.5mm audio jack, and bottom-ported speaker.
The Moto G100 arrives with a 5000mAh battery with 20W turbo-charging through USB Type-C and comes in Iridescent Ocean and Iridescent Sky colors options. The phone also boasts a water-repellent coating.
Motorola also launched “Ready to Dock” which brings a desktop-like interface once connected to an external monitor or TV. The dock holds the smartphone in portrait or landscape mode, a flexible hinge design, and an integrated fan to keep the heat down.