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Motorola launches new mobile phones Moto G200, G71 5G and G31 in Brazil |  Hands-on video

Motorola launches new mobile phones Moto G200, G71 5G and G31 in Brazil | Hands-on video

Motorola has expanded its Moto G line in Brazil once again, now with three new models: the Moto G200 5G, G71 5G, and G31. The highlight is the first, which became the successor to the G100, which was highlighted in terms of speed in our tests.

Does the company’s new cell phone meet expectations and offer a range to match its predecessor? TudoCelular shows you what to expect from it and other forms.

Motorola Moto G200 5G


design and construction

The premium smartphone from the Moto G line is made entirely of plastic, from the sides to the back. But it is now more compact and light compared to the previous generation. Motorola accomplished this feat without having to shrink the battery size.

The rear has changed and no longer comes with the cameras arranged in a square cooktop style. This time, the lenses have increased in size and become vertical. The brand logo was also lower, as well as the full name under the hood.


The biometric reader remains on the side, integrated with the power button. The hole-shaped notch now has a front camera only and is now in the middle. The bezels are also smaller, allowing for wide frontal use.

To stop it, the slide tray lost its memory card slot. This means that the Moto G200 does not allow storage expansion. At least, NFC support is maintained, for mobile use with pay-as-you-go capabilities.

screen and sound

Motorola has increased the screen size and now offers 6.8 inches. The resolution remains Full HD +, as is the screen material in IPS LCD. The manufacturer preferred to leave OLED as a difference from the other two brothers in the line.

At least one welcome improvement in the refresh rate. The last generation brought 90 Hz and now the G200 has increased to 144 Hz and what does that mean? This means that you will have more fluidity in system animations and also in compatible games.


It wasn’t this time when Motorola put a stereo sound system in the most exclusive model of the Moto G series. Here we find only a single output at the bottom, which is detrimental to the user’s immersion in films especially.

Another absence of a physical headphone jack. In other words, if you want to listen to your favorite music on your own, you’ll need a USB-C compatible accessory, an adapter for the P2, or even a wireless to use it over Bluetooth. At the very least, you will have Dolby Atmos to improve the sound quality.

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Electronic hardware software

Coming back to the main topic, the Moto G200 comes with the Snapdragon 888 Plus platform, which is an evolution of last year’s top-of-the-line Qualcomm platform. It comes with 5G support, so you won’t have a problem when it comes to the fast mobile network.

Here you’ll only have one memory option, with 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM, down from the G100’s 12GB, with 256GB of internal space in UFS 3.1 format, for faster transfers.


The battery has not changed and is still at 5000 mAh from the last generation. At least, the charge advanced and went from 20 watts to 33 watts. If this translates to greater autonomy and faster charging, we’ll find out soon in our tests here on TudoCelular.

The Moto G200 comes out of the box with Android 11 installed, almost unmodified, as is typical of branded devices. The manufacturer promises a system update and two years of security packages. So, you can expect Android 12 to come for this model.

Like the G100, its successor also comes with support ready, which turns your cell phone into a laptop. The difference is that the functionality has now evolved and it offers wireless capability. Simply connect the device to a Miracast-enabled TV or PC. If you prefer to use it with cable, this mode will still be available as well.

cameras

Motorola replaced the main 64MP sensor with a 108MP sensor. It highlights the presence of super pixel technology, which combines nine in one to capture a picture rich in detail. It even does a bunch of depth cameras to improve portrait mode.

To complete the triple set, it also has a 13MP ultra-wide lens, with a wider angle scene recording function. It also has an autofocus rendering differential, which allows you to use the macro function, if you want to get the details of an object.


On the front, the G200 doesn’t repeat its predecessor and comes with only one selfie camera, which is the same 16MP camera as the previous generation range.

In videos, the new Moto G can record in 4K using the main camera, but it does not exceed 30 frames per second. The front is limited to Full HD, also without the 60fps option.

  • 6.8 inch IPS LCD screen with FHD + resolution
    • Display with aperture and refresh rate of 144Hz
  • Plataforma Snapdragon 888 Plus
  • 8 GB of RAM
  • 256 GB of internal storage
  • 16 MP front camera
  • Three rear cameras
    • Primary Lens with 108MP Sensor
    • Wide angle lens with 8 MP sensor
    • Depth lens with 2 MP sensor
  • 5G, Dual-SIM, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC, IP52, Dual Band WiFi
  • 5000 mAh battery with 33W fast charging
  • Android 11 runs under My UX
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Motorola Moto G71 5G


Design and multimedia

The Moto G71 5G arrives to be another middleman option with Motorola’s 5G. It has a metallic coating to give it a more premium look, even with its plastic finish. Up front, it was the option to slot into the slot on the screen.

The camera block follows the oval shape of the other older models in the Moto G line, with three vertical sensors. Plus, there’s a traditional central logo here, but the biometric reader is on the side.

The screen is one of the most important features when introducing OLED. It has 6.4 inches and Full HD + resolution. However, the refresh rate is not more than 60 Hz. Mono audio supports Dolby Atmos and has a physical headphone jack.

Hardware, software and cameras

The G71 comes with Snapdragon 695 5G chipset, 6nm medium from Qualcomm. It even comes with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.

Its battery capacity is 5000 mAh, and it supports 30W TurboPower charging. There is also Android 11 installed natively as an operating system, but without out-of-the-box support.

Its camera assembly consists of three lenses, led by the main lens with a 50 MP sensor. There is an 8-megapixel hybrid ultrawide camera, with a depth sensor for portrait mode, and a 2-megapixel macro. On the front is a 16-megapixel selfie camera.

  • 6.4 inch OLED display with FHD + resolution
    • Display with aperture and refresh rate of 60 Hz
  • Snapdragon 695 . platform
  • 6 GB of RAM
  • 128GB internal storage
  • 16 MP front camera
  • Three rear cameras
    • Primary lens with 50 mega pixel sensor
    • Wide angle lens with 8 MP sensor
    • Macro lens with 2 mega pixel sensor
  • 5G, Dual-SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, IP52, Dual Band WiFi
  • 5000 mAh battery with 30W fast charging
  • Android 11 runs under My UX

Motorola Moto G31


Design and multimedia

The Moto G31 appears to be no different from the G71. It also has a plastic body, an oval block for the three rear cameras and a central Motorola logo, but the case coating is simpler.

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On the front, the option was the notch in the screen hole, as well as the presence of a fingerprint reader on the power button. The main difference here is the presence of a hybrid slot to expand the internal space, through a microSD memory card.

The screen comes with a size of 6.4 inches, type OLED, with a resolution of Full HD. Refresh rate no more than 60Hz Audio output is no more than mono, compatible with Dolby Atmos.

Hardware, software and cameras

In its internal components is the MediaTek Helio G85 mobile platform, without 5G support. 4GB RAM, smaller than the more advanced brother. In turn, it offers 128 GB internal storage.

Like the G71, the Moto G31 comes with a 5,000mAh battery, but its charge is limited to 10W of power. It has Android 11 as an operating system, also without Ready For support.

The camera assembly is identical to the more advanced model. That means there’s a 50MP main sensor, an 8MP ultrawide sensor for depth, and a 2MP macro. The front lens has a resolution of 13 MP.

  • 6.4 inch OLED display with FHD + resolution
    • Display with aperture and refresh rate of 60 Hz
  • MediaTek Helio G85 platform
  • 4 GB of RAM
  • 128GB internal storage
  • Front camera 13 mega pixel
  • Three rear cameras
    • Primary lens with 50 mega pixel sensor
    • Wide angle lens with 8 MP sensor
    • Macro lens with 2 mega pixel sensor
  • 4G, Dual SIM, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, P2, IP52, Dual Band WiFi
  • 5000 mAh battery with 10W charging
  • Android 11 runs under My UX

Prices and availability


The Moto G200 5G can be found for purchase from Tuesday 7 December in Brazil for retail. It is available to consumers in green and blue colors, with a suggested price of R$4,999. The Moto G31 comes in graphite blue and is priced at R$1,999.

The Moto G71 5G is the only one whose cost has not been revealed and it will land in the national market by the end of the year.

  • Motorola Moto G200 5G: R$4,999
  • Motorola Moto G71 5G: Undisclosed
  • Motorola Moto G31: 1,999 R$

So, did you like the features of the Moto G200? Do you think it will be a good replacement for the G100? Tell us in the blank below.

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(Updated Dec 7, 2021 at 4:52am)