Quartet of Motorola G7 smartphones launched - Mobile Phones

Quartet of Motorola G7 smartphones launched - Mobile Phones

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Moto G7 Plus also features a 6.2-inch Max Vision Full HD+ display. This not only goes for the specifications, but also the design. The new phones come with a premium design with familiar wristwatch-like circular camera module on the back. It also comes with Motorola's own popular suite of add-ons including always on display, gestures for flashlight and camera.

Both Moto G7 and Moto G7 Plus also support facial recognition along with physical fingerprint sensor. The Motorola G7 linup comes in four different flavors that are targeted at different segments of the highly competitive mid-range Android smartphone market.

From an economic and market perspective, the Motorola G7 refresh isn't technologically disruptive as much as it is financially.

Moto G7 is priced at $299 whereas Moto G7 Plus is priced at 299.99 Euro.

The curved plastic back of the Moto G7 Power has a shimmering finish that looks classier than its budget price tag would suggest - it's certainly nicer than the matte plastic on the G7 Play, although cheaper than the glass back of the standard G7. Built-in memory is 2GB RAM - a bit cramped nowadays - and 32GB of storage. Unlike the G7 however, the G7 Power's HD+ screen sports a full-sized notch. 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage is built-in, but as with the whole range you can add a microSD card. The Moto G7 has a Full HD display (1080p), while the Power and Play both clock in at 720p. All three of the new G7 models come with Android 9 Pie and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor with 1.8GHz octa-core CPU and Adreno 506 GPU, so all of them should be pretty similar in terms of performance. If the battery life comes even close to 60 hours, as Motorola claims, this will be a great option for people on the move, or who don't have the time to sit around waiting for their phone to charge. When it comes to charging the phones, the Moto G7 Play offers 10-watt charging, while the Moto G7 and G7 Power come with a TurboPower charger and support 15-watt charging. The four devices include the top-of-the-line Moto G7 Plus and its companion, the regular Moto G7. None of these devices have wireless charging or NFC though, so that's a bummer. The G7 Power is splash-proof and has a wide eyebrow-style notch on its 6.2-inch display.

Moto G7

The rear houses a dual camera setup with 12-megapixel and 5-megapixels for better depth of field.

The Moto G7 does not have a big notch like the two cheaper models but instead, it utilises the more acceptable water drop or teardrop notch. On the camera end, the device packs a single 13MP rear camera while for selfies, there is an 8MP front camera. In the camera department it comes with 12-megapixel dual-rear cameras. The rear camera in the G7 Plus is a dual 16MP system with optical image stabilisation.

Like its predecessors, the Moto G7 has a more powerful variant in the Moto G7 Plus which comes running the more enhanced Snapdragon 636 under-the-hood with the same configuration of 4GB of RAM with 64GB of storage. First off, the Moto G7 Plus, the version most of you in the U.S. would likely buy, is not coming to the US.

The G7 Play is available in Stary Black and Deep Indigo.

You'll be able to get the Moto G7 unlocked at Best Buy, B&H Photo, Walmart, and Amazon. It's launching in Brazil and Mexico today, it'll launch in Europe in mid-February, and it'll cost around £269 if you're picking one up in the UK. It'll be released a bit later in the United States and other regions.

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