Motorola would launch its upcoming affordable flagship globally as Moto G100 and in China as Moto Edge S.
Motorola did make a comeback to the flagship territory last year as they launched the Moto Edge+ and Moto Edge. Now, nine months down the line, the company has rolled out a new member in the lineup with the launch of the Moto Edge S.
The Moto Edge S is essentially an affordable flagship that is only exclusive to the Chinese market. But that is set to change soon as Motorola will be launching the phone globally under new branding.
Dutch technology website Mobielkopen has access to high-quality press renders of the Moto G100, and we believe to be a rebranded version of the Chinese Moto Edge S. This aligns perfectly with the Evan Blass’s leak from January and this mentions Motorola would launch its upcoming affordable flagship globally as Moto G100 and in China as Moto Edge S. If we can see from the leaked images, this device matches the Moto Edge S in every respect.
Apart from the details, Motorola has also sent out press invites for a launch event which wilk take place on March 25. Now, this invite does not explicitly mention the device name, but we can safely say it will be named the Moto G100.
Now, Motorola has not officially confirmed anything yet, but as per evidence Moto G100 could end up being the rebranded Moto Edge S.
If we go based on the Moto Edge S’s specifications, we do expect the Moto G100 to feature a 6.7-inch 90Hz LCD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC, 6GB/8GB RAM, 128GB/256GB storage, as well as a triple rear camera system that consists of a 64MP primary sensor 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2MP depth sensor, a 5,000mAh battery, a 3.5mm audio jack and Bluetooth 5.1.