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New Moto G7 Smartphone Review

Motor G7 Smartphone

The Moto G7 was announced by
Motorola today, and it wasn’t
alone. The company is launching
the Moto G7 Power, Moto G7
Play and Moto G7 Plus, too.
This is the Chicago-based
company’s line of budget phones,
and like last year’s Moto G6,
they’re all looking to top our best
cheap phones list in 2019. It’s a
scramble.
Wait, this isn’t a lock. We’re still
reviewing these Android Pie
phones after some brief hands-on
time, and Motorola topping out
best budget phones list isn’t a sure
thing.
Why? The Moto G7, for one thing,
is $50/£20 more expensive, and
there’s more cheap phone
competition than ever from
Chinese manufacturers.
Moto G7 looks like a
flagship
The Moto G7 has the look of a
more expensive flagship phone
thanks to its 6.2-inch Full HD+
display and fits that screen into a
fairly compact phone body.
Here’s an amazing stat about this
phone: it has a bigger screen than
last year’s Moto G6 Plus with a 5.9-
inch display, yet is a tad smaller
than the G6 Plus dimensions.

Motor G7 Smartphone

How? Its teardrop notch cut out at
the top of the screen chips away at
the needless black bezel. Want
more? It’s a dual-lens camera and
new photo software tricks make it
a convincing buy if you’re okay
with no NFC, wireless charging or
waterproofing.
The Moto G7 is launching for $299,
£239 (€249.99 in Europe – we’re
still waiting on Australian and
other prices), and in the US will be
made available unlocked at stores
like Amazon, Walmart, Best Buy
and B&H Photo. Later it’ll be sold
through Google Fi, Republic
Wireless and Ting.
In the UK meanwhile, it will beam
Amazon exclusive, with a Moto G7
release date of March 1.
Power, Play and Plus
The Moto G7 Power and G7 Play
are targeting fairly different
audiences, while the Moto G7 Plus
is launching in a few select
countries (so literally a different
audience).

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The G7 Power is all about its
5,000mAh battery capacity, with
Motorola claiming a full three days
of battery life. That’s incredible if
it’s true. It too has a 6.2-inch
screen, but only an HD+ resolution,
a bigger notch cut out at the top,
and 3GB of RAM, not 4GB. The G7
Power price is just $249, £179.
The G7 Play is Motorola’s cheapest
budget phone in the G line for
2019. It has the same Snapdragon
632 chipset and rear fingerprint
sensor as the other Moto phones,
but only 2GB of RAM and a smaller
5.7-inch HD+ display. It skimps on
some of the extra of its more
expensive variants to meet its
$199, £149 price point.
The Moto G7 Plus is launching in
Brazil and Mexico today, with
Europe scheduled for mid-
February, and not coming to the
US. That’s a shame because it has
Motorola’s best camera among the
G phones thanks to a 16MP
camera.

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It also has a 27W TurboPower
charger and superior Snapdragon
636 chipset. Like the Moto G7, it
has a 6.2-inch screen, so it’s like a
souped-up version of the G7.
The Moto G7 Plus release date is
March 1 in the UK, where it will
set you back £269.
Motorola insists on launching four
phones in one season, and while
that seems like overkill to some
who only search for top-of-the-line
smartphones, it might appeal to a
specific audience that doesn’t want
to pay huge amounts for
the iPhone XS or Samsung Galaxy
Note 9.

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