Motorola Moto G200 renders and specifications leak of industrial-looking smartphone
Motorola only announced the Moto G100 in March, but TechnikNews has already leaked numerous details about its successor. Apparently, Motorola will unveil the Moto G200 soon, albeit perhaps only in China initially. Arguably, the Moto G200 has a more straightforward design than the Moto G100, which has two front-facing cameras arranged behind dual punch-holes.
Motorola has also done away with the ToF sensor that it included in the Moto G100, opting for just three rear-facing cameras instead this time around. The leaked renders confirm that the Moto G200 has a 108 MP primary camera too, thought to be the Samsung ISOCELL HM2. Additionally, the device is believed to have a 13 MP ultra-wide-angle camera, a 2 MP depth sensor and a 16 MP front-facing camera.
Moreover, the Moto G200 is tipped to utilise the Snapdragon 888, along with a 144 Hz and FHD+ display. For some reason, Motorola has decided to launch the Moto G200 with Android 11, rather than the newer Android 12.