Alleged renderings of the Motorola Moto G200 have surfaced, suggesting that the successor to the Moto G100 may have a 108MP triple camera and a perforated display. According to the latest renderings, the smartphone may be available in two color options. The alleged Moto G200 will reportedly be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM. According to some previous leaks, the phone is likely to run Android 11 out of the box. It should be noted that the company has not officially announced any specifications or launch details for the Moto G200.
According to the renders provided TechnikNews (German)The Moto G200 may be available in Black and Gradient Blue colorways. The renders, which were reportedly sourced from “publicly available sources,” also show lettering on the rear camera, which suggests the smartphone may be equipped with a 108MP main camera. The device has the Motorola Batwing logo on the back, although it is currently unclear if it will be used as a fingerprint scanner or if Motorola decides to include an in-display fingerprint reader. Details of the battery capacity of the Moto G200 are currently unknown.
According to an earlier report, the Moto G200 may come with a Full-HD + display with a 144Hz refresh rate. The device can be powered by the Snapdragon 888 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM. The Moto G200, codenamed “Yukon / Xpeng”, is expected to feature a 13MP ultra wide-angle camera that can also support macro photography. The device can also come with a 2MP depth sensor. It could be launched in China as the Motorola Edge S30.
Launched earlier this year, the Moto G100 launched with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 5G chipset, along with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. Users can also expand onboard storage with a microSD card (up to 1TB) on the Moto G100. The device is equipped with a 6.7-inch Full-HD + LCD display with a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The Moto G100 is equipped with four cameras with a 64MP primary sensor. It comes with a 5,000mAh battery that supports 20W TurboPower proprietary charging.
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