This device comes in Ruby and Indigo - hot stuff! The moto g7 plus will be available from mid- February throughout Europe. Exact launch details and pricing for T-Mo and Metro aren't yet available, but Motorola said today that the Moto G7 Power will begin rolling out in the US this spring with a starting MSRP of $249.
That suggests who Motorola's target audience is: budget-conscious consumers looking for a phone that will last longer between charging sessions -and that's not a bad pitch to customers at any price tier.
Under the hood, you'll find a Snapdragon 632 processor and this device also includes that turbocharging technology. Not overly powerful, but not bargain bin-quality either. The G7 packs a 6.2-inch display with Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2270 pixels that is definitely sharper than those of the former two.
All four handsets are running Android 9.0 Pie, as you'd expect from a flagship smartphone range launched in 2019.
The Moto G7 Power boasts a 6.2-inch HD+ screen, with 78% screen coverage for the front of the device. But if you want a phone that won't have you reaching for the outlet by the end of the day, the G7 Power should satisfy.
Camera capabilities is the area where the Moto G7 Plus is hoping to live up to that Plus name - especially as it now can't use its display size to do so.
For photography, the Moto G7 sports a dual rear camera featuring 12MP primary sensor with 5MP secondary shooter. Key features offered on Moto G7 smartphones are 4G LTE support, rear fingerprint sensors, Auto Smile Capture, and Super Slow Motion (250fps) and much more. Don't get it wrong, the G7 is not a flagship model but its features and specs are way enhanced than the G7 Play and G7 Power.
The Moto G7 play will be available in the United Kingdom from March 1 at Vodafone, Tesco, John Lewis and other participating resellers with a starting RRP of £149.
While it took perfectly acceptable, but not especially outstanding photos, the G7 Power does get a few new modes, along with the rest of the G7 line. The smartphone comes with 27W Turbo Charger.
Motorola's Moto G series of smartphones has been our favorite mid-range option ever since they were first released back in 2013, and they've only been getting better and better every generation.
The G7 Power retains the headphone jack on the Moto G7, but shuffles it over to the top edge.
High-end phones are usually the first to get new versions of Android, so coming with it pre-installed ensures the Moto G7 Power isn't left behind.
The Moto G7 Plus is the most expensive and feature-packed of the four phones. Instead, Motorola is updating the only smartphone line that has really been working well for it in recent years, with the unveiling of three brand new Moto G7 smartphones: The Moto G7, Moto G7 Play, and Moto G7 Power.
Motorola says the G7 Power has enough juice for three days of use, but we'll have to put that claim to the test in our own battery test, which involves continuous web surfing over LTE until the fully charged phone runs out of juice. The Moto G7 family may not be the most premium device, but for most of us it'll do just fine.
This device is an Amazon exclusive and will hit the online store on March 1 with a price of £239.