Motorola is preparing to build a supercharged smartphone to serve as a PC

Motorola converts its smartphones into laptops – Gecko

The American manufacturer has just unveiled a new smartphone, the Moto G100. A model that targets the top of the range while being affordable. The smartphone actually embeds a high-end Qualcomm chip, namely the Snapdragon 870 5G. With its 8 GB RAM, the Moto G100 has enough to ensure good performance.

In addition, the US manufacturer emphasizes the productivity of its smartphone for its Motorola Ready for Function which turns the Moto G100 into a desktop PC. Just connect the computer screen to the smartphone via HDMI support and you’re good to go. The phone will then display an interface similar to a desktop PC. Then simply connect a mouse and keyboard to Bluetooth to use it. It can also double as a gaming console, thanks to the Snapdragon Elite gaming features included in Qualcomm’s chip.

A quality screen

The Moto G100 thus embeds a 6.7-inch IPS LCD screen with a 21: 9 ratio, covering almost the entire front. It should be noted that the screen has a refresh rate of 90 Hz – which may seem a bit low, the trend is actually towards 120 Hz – and a Full HD + definition. Finally, the screen is pierced twice to allow 16 and 8 megapixel dual front cameras to pass.

On the back of the device, there is a photo module with four sensors; A main 64 megapixel (f / 1.7), an ultra wide-angle (f / 2.2) 16 megapixel, 2 megapixel (f / 2.4) depth sensor and finally a TOF sensor. One thing is certain, it is not at the level of the photo that the Moto G100 stands out.

A large template

The Moto G100 has a very luxurious design on both the front and back, the photo base does not match the rest of the phone. We can still regret the choice of plastic as a material. It will also be noted that the phone is quite thick with a thickness of 9.69 mm. One aspect that is easily explained by the size of the battery. The Moto G100 actually has a 5000 mAh battery which gives it around 40 hours of good autonomy.

Note that the smartphone still has a jack and its 128 GB memory is expandable via micro SD card up to 1TB. Finally, the phone is available in 3 colors; Blue, silver and dark brown. The new Moto G100 will be sold for around 500 euros. As for its release date, again, we’ll have to wait for Motorola to reveal more information about its new smartphone.

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