With its 5000mAh battery, the Moto G7 Power should be on your radar if battery life is a priority when you're shopping for a new smartphone. This not only goes for the specifications, but also the design.
Each of the four G7 models have subtle differences meant to appeal to different types of consumers. The models also feature USB Type-C port and 3.5mm audio jack which is impressive.
Lastly, the Moto G7 Play is the most affordable smartphone under the G7 Series.
The G7 also supports Motorola's 15W TurboPower charging spec, which promises nine hours of battery life from a 15-minute charge. These phones were the Samsung Galaxy M10 and Galaxy M20, and they come with an affordable price tag thus making them the ideal contender against Moto's G7 line-up.
The display is crisp enough and large for such a low resolution, but be forewarned: the Moto G7 Power has a notch, and it's noticeable.
To begin with, the Moto G7 boasts of a 6.24-inch Max Vision display.
Performance is dialed down with 2GB RAM but this should still be sufficient for its intended user base.
Theres a single 12MP camera on the rear (f/2.0, 1.25µm) and an 8MP selfie camera on the wider notch on the front.
All these smartphones run Android 9 Pie out of the box and sport a display notch of different sizes.
Unfortunately, the G7 Plus won't be coming to the USA, but the other models will arrive in the spring. We'll need to test the Moto G7 Play in full to give our verdict on the camera but while it isn't likely to deliver the results of the Moto G7 Plus, this device is quite a bit cheaper so expectations would be lower. It has a 3,000mAh battery. Unfortunately, that is where it all ends as the rest of its specs don't really tickle.
The Plus-branded model is the device Moto is keenest to talk-up; it offers a "class-leading" 16MP dual camera system with optical image stabilisation and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor that apparently makes it the "fastest Moto G handset yet".
About camera and imaging, the Moto G7 will sport a 12MP primary sensor with an f/1.8 lens and 5MP secondary sensor with an f/2.2 lens.
The Moto G-series, a fan-favorite mid-ranger for years, is entering its seventh generation. The Moto G7 starts at 1,599 Brazilian Real (R$) (about ₹30,000) while the Moto G7 Plus, G7 Power and G7 Play start at R$1,899 (about ₹36,500), R$1,399 (about ₹27,000) and R$999 (about ₹20,000) respectively. In short, the Moto G7 Power's camera is the more capable - at least on paper. It has a 6.2-inch Full HD+ LCD screen with a scratch-resistant Corning Gorilla Glass.
The Moto G7 Power is available today in Brazil and Mexico and it will arrive in Europe and India in a few weeks. Later on, the G7 will also be launched on Google Fi, Republic Wireless and Ting. Europe will get them next, though nothing concrete has been revealed just yet beyond "mid-February".
The G7 is the thinnest of the three at 8mm and here's a good look at the cool chrome edges of the white version. The model packs a 6.24-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 2270 pixels. The body of the Moto G7 Power includes a water repellent coating, and inside of it is a 1.8GHz octa-core Snapdragon 632 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a microSD slot with support for cards up to 512GB.
The rear houses a dual camera setup with 12-megapixel and 5-megapixels for better depth of field.
The G7 Plus comes in two colour options; Viva Red and Deep Indigo.
With an Indian launch expected to be made a month from now, Motorola has officially unveiled its latest G-series smartphone at an event in Brazil, as we expected.
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