Review Motorola Moto G100 – Starting from the display, the Moto G100 comes with a 6.7-inch IPS LCD panel that offers Full HD Plus resolution plus DCI-P3 color space and has a screen-to-body ratio of 85%.
It is HDR10 certified and supports a 90Hz refresh rate to deliver a smooth viewing or gaming experience and the narrow 21: 9 aspect ratio also makes it perfect for one-handed use.
In addition, the screen has a punch hole to accommodate a selfie camera. Not only one, the Moto G100 has two selfie cameras consisting of a 16 megapixel main camera and an 8 megapixel ultrawide which is useful to help you take selfies with more friends.
The rear camera of the Moto G100 is no less interesting, where the phone is embedded with a quad-camera system packed in a square camera module. The four cameras are represented by a 64 megapixel main camera which has a sensor size of 1/2 inch with an f / 1.7 aperture.
Furthermore, there is a 16 megapixel ultrawide lens surrounded by an LED flash which can also double as a macro camera. The 2 megapixel depth sensor is actually the ToF laser autofocus module.
The Moto G100 is powered by Snapdragon 870 which is one of Qualcomm’s flagship chipsets, promising high-end performance. It’s built on a 7nm process like the Snapdragon 865+, but offers a higher 3.2GHz clock.
The presence of the Snapdragon 870 also allows the Moto G100 to deliver SA / NSA dual-mode 5G connectivity and while to help it, there is 8GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage which can still be expanded via a microSD slot up to 1TB.
Another highlight of this smartphone is the 5,000 mAh capacity battery which is large enough to enable it to cater to users in carrying out exciting activities all day long. Charging the battery also doesn’t take long, because Motorola has equipped this phone with 20W TurboPower technology.
The Moto G100 runs the latest version of the Android 11 operating system with My UX on it which has some interesting features embedded in it. Including one of them is “Ready For”, a feature that provides a desktop-like interface when the smartphone is connected to an external monitor or TV.
In addition, the Moto G100 body has a body that is designed to be waterproof which makes it protected from spills and splashes even though it is not equipped with an IP rating. Meanwhile, to complete the spec sheet, we get dual-SIM support, NFC, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner for security.
There’s also Bluetooth 5.1, Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac / ax (2.4GHz + 5GHz). Even the Moto G100 also works with Wi-Fi 6 which is 30% faster, while a 3.5mm headphone jack comes as a complement.