At ENTER.CO we had the opportunity to test the Moto G 200 5G, one of the brand’s latest cell phones. The first thing to note is that it has a Snapdragon 888 processor with which it could easily be positioned as a high-end phone, however, some of its other features keep it in the mid-range, including its price.
But hey, let’s start by talking about its external appearance before looking at what makes it work. On the panel we find a 6.8-inch screen that leaves little room for the hinges; it has Full HD + resolution and a refresh rate of 144Hz. At the top of the screen, in the middle, we find a small island that houses the 16 Megapixel selfie camera.
In the back we find the camera sensors located in a vertical line, in a module that barely protrudes from the equipment, which gives the phone an elegant look; It combines perfectly with its metallic colors on the edges and matte on the back. We also see the traditional Motorola logo that we already know for integrating the fingerprint; this time, we find the fingerprint sensor on the right side edge.
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The main camera has 108 MP, the wide-angle sensor is 8 MP and the depth sensor is 2 MP; although the main sensor is close to high-end phones, the accompanying sensors hold it back in the mid-range. The cell phone already has the option of a double camera, that is, recording what you are seeing and your reaction at the same time. As for the depth sensor, it works together with the main lens, so when you take a photo, it automatically blurs the background. Regarding the video, it supports 8K images.
It has 8 GB RAM and 128 GB of internal storage. It works hand in hand with Snapdragon Elite Gaming technology, which allows you to enjoy desktop games on mobile devices. To complement the power for video game lovers, it has 5G and mobile Wi-Fi 6E connectivity, although we do not yet have this technology in the country.
The fluidity of the phone is exceptional, no matter which or how many applications you are using, you will see that the refresh rate really holds up, giving us a fast fluidity. However, when the Moto G 200 is below 5% charge, the speed drops, although it still performs very well. In general, I consider that it is a cell phone that is worth its price, since it is to have state-of-the-art technology at a reasonable price (based on the telephone market).