The Moto G50 and G100 will be released with 90Hz displays, 5,000mAh batteries, and other features
Moto G50 and G100

 Motorola has unveiled a new G-series pair in the shape of the Moto G50 and G100, which could be the most intriguing hardware from the Lenovo-owned company in a long time.

Motorola has struggled in recent years, throwing cheaper devices on the market while relying almost exclusively on a few geographic areas. The Moto G50 and G100 seem to have enough intrigue and hardware grunt to make them a genuinely competitive pair of smartphones in almost every area — if the company doesn't limit supply.

Let's start with the Moto G50, which is a classic Motorola smartphone at an affordable price. It has a 6.5-inch HD+ display with a 90Hz refresh rate, a Snapdragon 480 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64/128GB of internal storage, and a 5,000mAh battery. So far, it hasn't set the planet on fire, but it's worth remembering that this is a 5G-enabled handset that may be one of the most affordable to tout superfast network support in select European regions.

The Moto G100 is arguably the most interesting Motorola-made smartphone in a long time, while the Moto G50 is decidedly budget. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 chipset makes it almost a flagship in several ways, but the 90Hz 6.7-inch display has a lower FHD+ resolution — Motorola gives but still takes. 8GB of RAM and 128GB of microSD expandable storage support the chipset. A large 5,000mAh battery is also included, rounding out a set of internals that are quite good.

The Moto G50's rear camera configuration is improved, with a 64-megapixel primary sensor and a 16-megapixel ultrawide sensor that also serves as the macro camera. There are two selfie cameras on the front: a 16-megapixel wide-angle camera and an 8-megapixel ultrawide camera. Given how uncommon dual-selfie cameras are, particularly at the Moto G100's proposed price point, this is very impressive.

The Moto G50 and G100 will be released with 90Hz displays, 5,000mAh batteries, and other features
Moto G50 and G100

It will contend directly against Google's own Pixel 4a 5G at €499.99, and it will outperform it in terms of hardware grunt. The Moto G50 costs €249.99, but neither product has been confirmed for release in the United States.

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