Motorola is now selling out the all-new Moto G100 in the United States after presenting it during the early months of this year for Latin American and European markets. It comes along with mid-range glasses like a big battery of 5,000 mAh, 5G, and a 90 Hz screen at an MSRP of $599. From now until August 5th, 2021, Motorola is presenting up a discount of $100 off the full retail price on this device.
There are two imperative footnotes on the G100’s US carrier compatibility – it is a GSM-only phone, so it will work on AT&T and T-Mobile. However, it would not work on Verizon, and its 5G connectivity is only well-matched with the 5G network of T-Mobile.
Outside of that, it gives out the impression to be a decent mid-range device if it is priced just a little on the high end. It uses a Snapdragon 870 processor along with 8GB of data of RAM, sub-6GHz 5G, and a 6.7-inch 1080p display with a 90 Hz refresh rate.
Motorola phone releases in the United States during this year have been focused around the price range of $200 to $400, making G100 one of the most expensive devices the company has introduced recently. While a big battery, a faster-refreshing screen, and a higher-tier processor feel fitting in the price tag of $599, its lack of IP rating and broad carrier or 5G support could establish it back against the similarly priced devices like the Samsung A52 5G or the Pixel 4A 5G.