Motorola Moto G200 5G Leaks In High-Res Renders
The Moto G200 5G, which leaked out recently, is making yet another appearance. But this time, in the form of detailed renders showcasing the design and the triple rear camera layout.
The renders come courtesy of TechnikNews (via), highlighting the phone from almost every angle. A closer look at the images also reveals the mention of a 108-megapixel camera, which is in line with previous reports.
Other aspects include a single punch hole selfie camera and a curved back panel. Much like the Moto G100, the G200 5G could feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, though there’s no confirmation of this yet.
The Moto G200 5G has appeared in several leaks so far. A report in October gave us detailed information on what this smartphone would offer.
The G200 reportedly carries the internal codename “Yukon” and could launch in China as the Motorola Edge S30. Since a November release was rumored, we’re probably not too far away from its launch.
The G200 5G will feature the octa-core Snapdragon 888 SoC
We learned that the Motorola Moto G200 5G could be packing a 108-megapixel primary rear camera, along with a 13-megapixel ultrawide sensor and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. Meanwhile, the front will reportedly use a 16-megapixel sensor.
The device is likely to be running on the Snapdragon 888 chipset, so it’s not featuring the latest Qualcomm silicon underneath. Customers can also expect 8GB of RAM and Android 11 running by default. Given that Android 12 is already available, Motorola will likely issue an update at a later date.
Judging by the hardware specs, the Moto G200 5G will likely go easy on the wallets. The phone could first launch in China as the Moto Edge S30, while other markets (excluding the U.S.) could get it by early 2022.
Considering how Motorola’s new device launches are few and far between, any new offering tends to generate some excitement. Speaking of which, the Lenovo-owned company launched the moto Watch 100 yesterday with an exciting design and a 14-day battery life.
Much to our surprise, the wearable runs Moto Watch OS instead of Google’s Wear OS 3. The moto Watch 100 only costs $99, making it a decent offering in the crowded smartwatch industry.
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