The new moto g7 lineup packs in features at reasonable prices

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The phones will start at US$299.99 with the g7/g7 plus with the g7 play bringing up the rear at US$199.

Motorola has been in the phone game for a very long time but they’ve recently not been as popular as in the past. Lately, it seems their new strategy is to offer up feature-packed smartphones at reasonable prices. The new moto g7 lineup is no different as there are plenty of goodies at a fair price.

The new lineup consists of the moto g7, g7 plus, g7 power, and g7 play. The phones will start at US$299.99 with the g7/g7 plus with the g7 play bringing up the rear at US$199. The g7 plus and g7 look to be the same phone with the g7 plus intended for the European market and priced at EUR€299.99.

moto g7 plus

moto g7

Motorola says the g7 plus is all about the camera and packs in “leading camera technology” along with “responsive performance.” The company says that little movements and poor lighting conditions are no problem for the dual 16MP optically stabilized cameras on the back of the g7 plus.

The company has also added some new software AI features like Smart Composition and Auto-Smile capture. The company is also claiming an all-day battery life with 27W TurboPower charging with 12-hours of power in 15 short minutes.

The g7 plus is rocking a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 and has a 6.2″ Max Vision display with an FHD+ resolution. The phone also sports stereo speakers with Dolby Audio built-in. The g7 plus is available today in Brazil and Mexico and will be coming to Europe and Australia mid-February. The MSRP on this device will be EUR€299.99.

g7

moto g7

The moto g7 is the variant United States consumers will see on the shelves. The g7 looks to be pretty much the same as the g7 plus in terms of design. It has the same 6.2″ Max Vision FHD+ display but the camera is where the biggest difference is. Instead of a dual 16MP shooter, U.S. users will get a dual 12 MP shooter.

Motorola says this camera setup offers blur effects, Spot Color, Auto Smile Capture and Google Lens. The other difference is in the processor, the g7 is sporting the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632. The g7 does have the same TurboPower charging system and sports an upgraded contoured Gorilla Glass design.

The moto g7 is available today in Brazil and Mexico. The g7 will be available from mid-February throughout Europe. It will roll out over the coming month in various countries in Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America with a starting MSRP of US$299.

g7 power

moto g7

The g7 power is a new entrant for the company is promises to deliver outstanding battery-life thanks to its massive 5,000 mAh battery. The g7 power is supposed to last you up to 3-days on a single charge and it also comes with the same TurboPower technology.

The g7 power also packs in a 6.2″ Max Vision display but at HD+ which also helps with battery-life. This device is also powered with the same Snapdragon 632 as the g7.

The moto g7 power is available today in Brazil and Mexico. The moto g7 power will be available from mid-February throughout Europe. It will roll out over the coming weeks in India and the coming month in various countries in Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America with a starting MSRP of US$249.

g7 play

moto g7

The baby of the bunch is the moto g7 play but it still packs that same Snapdragon 632 of the previous two models. The display is a smaller 5.7″ Max Vixion HD+ panel with a 19:9 aspect ratio. It has a 13 MP rear camera with PDAF and zero shutter lag.

The moto g7 play is available today in Brazil and Mexico. The moto g7 play will be available from mid-February throughout Europe. It will roll out over the coming month in various countries in Latin America and North America with a starting MSRP of US$199.

All of the g7 phones will come installed with Android 9.0 Pie.

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