Motorola has announced its most advanced G-Series phone yet, with a Moto G100 handset packing a Snapdragon 870 processor complete with 5G connectivity.
The new Moto G100 handset, which seems like it’ll compete with the similarly priced OnePlus 9, brings a processor slightly below the flagship Snapdragon 888 5G, but an 8-series chip is still a giant step above the G-Series traditional mid-range spec sheet.
Motorola is promising an equally upgraded 6.7-inch display, which offers a cinematic 21:9 aspect ratio and has a gaming-friendly 90Hz refresh rate and HDR10 visuals for enjoying your favourite streaming services.
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