Motorola G100 is completely set up to be launched globally on 25th March. It is a re-branded version of the Moto Edge S that has effectively dispatched in China in January this year as the first smartphone powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset.

Moto G100 will have most of the specification identical with Edge S

The Moto Edge S is an affordable flagship, which has the tag of being the first smartphone to draw power from the Snapdragon 870 processor, a somewhat new and latest version of a year ago flagship Qualcomm chip Snapdragon 865+

Specification, performance & details:

Buttons, camera, and colors

The button position to punch hole patterns and back camera arrangement is the same as the Chinese variation. The smartphone is coming in similar white and blue colors globally.

Display & Snapdragon with storage

The Motorola G100 has a 6.7-inch LCD Full HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate. In the engine is the Snapdragon 870 SoC which might be combined with 6GB & 8GB RAM and 128GB & 256GB ROM.

Camera

The Moto has a quad-camera arrangement like Edge S. It includes a 64-megapixel main, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide, a 3D TOF digital camera, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. The front camera has a 16-megapixel primary lens and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide lens.

Battery

A 5000mAh battery charges the phone quickly with a 20W fast wired charging by methods for a USB Kind-C port.

Unique fingerprint sensor

Motorola G100 has a side-mounted unique fingerprint sensor set into the power button, which sits on the handset’s right side underneath the volume controls.

Also, Technik News declares that only the smartphone’s European variant will get a committed Google Assistant button on the left side, over the SIM plate. The Chinese variation, for example, the Moto Edge S, likewise gets this extra button.

Price

The Moto Edge S accompanies a starting price of CNY1,999, generally $310 in China. It is unsure how Motorola G100 will work worth the smartphone in various business sectors. It probably won’t come at that low cost.

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