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Updated January 10, 2024·

If a high-quality camera is important to you, go for the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ as it has slightly better camera quality overall compared to the Motorola Moto G100. The Note10+ also features an OLED screen, which generally provides deeper blacks and more vibrant colors than the LCD screen on the G100. However, if battery life is a priority, the G100 slightly edges out the Note10+. Keep in mind the G100 is a newer model with potentially better performance due to a more recent processor, but the Note10+ compensates by offering more RAM and screen quality. If you prefer a stylus or wireless charging, these are additional advantages of the Note10+. Alternatively, if cost is significantly more important, and you're looking for a budget option, the G100 may still be a good choice. Both run on Android, so there's no difference in operating systems. Give Feedback

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Advantages of the Motorola Moto G100
  • The Motorola Moto G100 has no clear advantages over the Samsung Galaxy Note10+.
Advantages of the Samsung Galaxy Note10+
  • Good battery life
  • Very good display quality
  • Good performance

Key differences

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Overall Camera Quality

Moto G100
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The Samsung Galaxy Note10+ and Motorola Moto G100 both have poor overall camera quality, though the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ has somewhat better overall camera quality.

Photo Quality

Moto G100
Galaxy Note10+
The Samsung Galaxy Note10+ and Motorola Moto G100 both have poor photos, though the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ takes somewhat better photos.

Video Quality

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Galaxy Note10+
The Samsung Galaxy Note10+ and Motorola Moto G100 both have poor videos, though the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ takes somewhat better videos.


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The Motorola Moto G100 has a price of $300 and the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ costs $255.
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Key similarities

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7.1 Hours
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Galaxy Note10+
7.6 Hours
The Motorola Moto G100 has 7.1 hours of battery life. The Samsung Galaxy Note10+ has 7.6 hours of battery life.

Screen Size

The Motorola Moto G100 has a screen size of 6.7 inches and the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ is 6.8 inches.

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How the Motorola Moto G100 and the Samsung Galaxy Note10+ compare to other phones

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Spec Comparison

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Motorola Moto G100Samsung Galaxy Note10+
Motorola Moto G100Samsung Galaxy Note10+


Operating System
Release Date
April 15, 2021August 23, 2019


Screen Size
2520 x 10803040 x 1440
Variable refresh rate
Pixels Per Inch
Display Type


Internal Storage
128 GB256 GB
8 GB12 GB


Overall Camera Quality Score
Photos Score
Videos Score
Rear Cameras
Main, UltrawideMain, Ultrawide, Telephoto
Main Camera
64 megapixels12 megapixels + OIS


Battery Life
7.1 Hours7.6 Hours
Battery Capacity
5000 mAh4300 mAh
Wireless Charging
Wireless charging Speed
0 W15 W
Reverse wireless charging
NoYes (4.5 watts)


6.63" x 2.91"6.39" x 3.04"
7.30 oz6.98 oz
Back Material
Stereo Speakers


Dual SIM
Bluetooth Version
WiFi Version
US 5G Bands
(SA/NSA/Sub6)1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 28, 38, 41, 66, 77, 78N/A


Biometric unlock
Face unlock, Fingerprint sensor: SideFace unlock, Fingerprint sensor: Under Display
Unlockable Bootloader
Iridescent Sky, Iridescent Ocean, Slate GrayAura Black, Aura Blue, Aura White, Aura Glow
Stock Android
SD Card


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Motorola Moto G100

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Mike Lowe | March 2021
"A budget gaming-capable phone that foregoes the AMOLED screen hype and camera cost implications to deliver a half-price near-flagship that, in use, adds up to oh so much more. Even plugging away at games for hours at a time doesn't cause too much trouble where battery is concerned. The 5,000mAh cell is a big part of the reason for the G100's above average weight, but it's a great capacity to have at your fingertips."

Samsung Galaxy Note10+

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Lauren Goode | August 2019
"It is difficult to drain the 4300-mAh battery on the Samsung Galaxy Note10+. I tried. I used it over the weekend, and I didn’t have to recharge it once between Friday afternoon and Sunday evening. It’s a shiny spectacle of a phone, a kind of playground for Samsung, where the company can flex its acrobatic skills."

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About Motorola

Motorola, a well-known name in the smartphone world, has a long-standing legacy in the industry, with a history dating back to the early days of mobile phones. The brand is mostly known for striking a balance between affordability and functionality, as well as providing a clean and straightforward interface with their software skin on top of Android. While they have traditionally been prominent in the budget and midrange categories, Motorola has also occasionally ventured into the high-end category for smartphones.

About Samsung

Samsung is one of the most recognizable names in the smartphone industry, standing as the undisputed best-selling brand of Android smartphones in the United States for many years now. Samsung is known for offering a variety of smartphones in all available price points, as well as for implementing cutting-edge technology and innovative features in their flagship devices, ones that often shape the market going forward. The company offers its own unique spin on Android, called One UI, which focuses on offering a multitude of features and is heavily customizable, according to user preference.

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