After years of mostly met yawning mid-range devices with too high pricing, is there finally a justifiable reason for international interest in a device from the famous brand owned by Lenovo?
Who would dare to believe that devices of Motorola (Motorola) will be relevant and even very competitive in 2021? Here's another reminder that there are pleasant surprises in life, because the company's fresh G200 model is owned Lenovo (Lenovo) The last seven years have sounded like a deal with very exciting potential.
The Motorola G200 features a 6.81-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 2,460 × 1,080 pixels and a high refresh rate of up to 144 Hz, Android 11 system, 3.1GB or 128GB fast internal UFS 256 storage along with 8GB of LPDDR5 memory, chip Snapdragon 888 Plus A senior and up-to-date octagon from Qualcomm, chip Built-in NFC, advanced Wi-Fi 6E connectivity, Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, a built-in side-button fingerprint scanner and a 5,000mAh internal battery with a 33-watt charger - all for a starting price of 450 euros including tax in Europe. About NIS 1,570 in direct conversion, which is a few hundred shekels lower cost than any device Snapdragon 888 that can be found in the country as of the moment of writing these lines.
The G200 features some relative compromises, despite the use of a flagship chip, with a shell made of plastic without an official standard of protection against water and dust (although there is a charge that the device is designed to deal with various stray water), without an advanced stereo audio system, without advanced charging In particular, without wireless charging support and with a relatively basic photo array that does include a main HM2 sensor of סמסונג With a resolution of 108 megapixels, but does not enjoy an optical stabilization array and adds small and simple sub-sensors of 8 megapixels for wide-angle photography and 2 megapixels for macro photography, along with a 16-megapixel selfie camera with similar capabilities to those of Many other intermediate devices. However, for users looking for a large screen and maximum processing power at the lowest price - the G200 may be the ideal candidate, more than any Xiaomi device, סמסונג או OnePlus.
The announcement of the G200 comes a few weeks after the announcement of another interesting mid-range smartphone, the Motorola G100, with chip Snapdragon 870 slightly weak octagon but also an even more competitive price of 350 euros including tax in Europe (1,220 shekels in direct conversion) - in return you get a 6.7-inch IPS screen with a resolution of 2,520 × 1,080 pixels and a refresh rate of up to 90 Hz, 3.1GB UFS 128 storage , 8GB dynamic memory, chip NFC built-in receiver GPS Dual-channel, 6-channel Wi-Fi connectivity, triple photo array with 64-megapixel main sensor with autofocus based Laser, 5,000mAh battery with 20 watt charging and more.
Do you think Motorola deserves a comeback to the Israeli market thanks to its new models, or is it better to continue to focus on Europe and Latin America where it still retains some appreciation for the brand's good years in the past? Feel free to share in the comments.