Motorola Moto G200 review
Motorola Moto G200 is an upper mid-range smartphone loaded with a compelling Snapdragon 888+ SoC with 8GB RAM and UFS 3.1 storage. Other highlighted features included are 108MP quad-rear camera, a 16MP dual-selfie camera, a 6.8-inch punch-hole screen, and the phone is backed by a big 5,000mAh battery supported by a 33W charger.
The smartphone brings a 6.8-inch punch-hole display with a Full HD+ resolution of 1080x2520px and 409ppi. You get an HDR10 screen alongside a 144Hz refresh rate for improved touch interaction and viewing. For better durability, the panel comes protected with a layer of Gorilla Glass 3.
The phone is powered by an inciting Snapdragon 888+ octa-core processor embedded on a 5nm chipset. Considering the SoC, you can expect flawless gaming and multitasking. On top of that, the phone has 8GB RAM and a powerful Adreno 660 GPU. As for the software, the smartphone runs on the Android v11 operating system out of the box. For security unlocks, you get a side-fingerprint scanner and a face recognition feature.
Motorola Moto G200 sports a 108MP quad-rear camera with a dual-tone LED flash. The primary camera is followed by a 13MP ultra-wide sensor and two 2MPs’ of a macro camera and a depth sensor with autofocus. As for assisting selfies and video calls, the phone features dual selfie (16MP+8MP) cameras inside the hole-punch.
Moto G200 has a big 5,000mAh Li-Po battery under the hood. The phone ships with a fast 33W charger for quick charging. Judging upon the battery capacity, a full day of power backup is expected on using normal tasks like scrolling, watching, texting, browsing, etc.