Motorola announces the G200 5G, a flagship under Snapdragon 888+

Motorola has just unveiled its flagship with an attractive technical sheet, all for a low price of 549 euros.

The new Motorola G200 5G will be placed below the future Edge 30 Ultra, which will be powered by version 898 of the Snapdragon. A positioning that does not prevent the newcomer from presenting us with a very ambitious technical sheet.

144Hz display, HDR, and 33W fast charging

The successor of the G100, the G200 5G keeps the same 6.7-inch LCD screen, but switches to a refresh rate of 144 Hz. The panel gains HDR and DCI-P3 compatibility in the process. Inside, the smartphone’s RAM amounts to 8 GB, while the user will have the choice between 128 and 256 GB for storage. Everything is powered by a battery with a capacity of 5000 mAH, compatible with fast charging 33 W. It is also powered by a Snapdragon 888+ chip.

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On the design side, Motorola has chosen a plastic back with a matte finish and outlines made of the same material, with chrome accents. The chassis will be IP52 certified, which gives it partial protection against dust and splashes.

The photo part is not left out, since there are 3 sensors on the back of the device. The module is composed of a main 108-megapixel lens capable of filming in 8K, a 13-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2-megapixel depth sensor. For selfies, the front camera will be 16 megapixels sharp. The macro lens present on the G100 is not, however, renewed.

A real gaming smartphone

The technical sheet of the G200 5G allows it to be considered as a credible solution to ensure long gaming sessions. Motorola confirms its return to the top of the range in the launch of its Edge 20 Pro, which we found very convincing during our test.

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The Motorola G200 is expected to be marketed in Europe from December and will trade for 549 euros.

Source: WCCFTech

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