Moto has launched its Moto G7 series, bringing some exciting new specifications to the G-series, unlike the last year. The Moto G-series has now some decent specs for their customers onboard the G-series.
Moto G7 Power
The G7 Power is the lowest model in the series. Although having the name Power, doesn’t make the device powerful. One interesting here is the addition of a massive 5,000mAh battery onboard. However, it comes with a massive 6.2-inch TFT 720P display onboard. Yes, 720p display.
The processor here is the Snapdragon 632 SoC, which is common among the G7 series.
You will get only one model that is 3/32GB but expandable to 512GB as well. The camera here is a single setup, with a 12MP main camera with aperture f/2.0. The front camera is a massive 8MP camera, with an aperture of f/2.2.
Color options are Marine Blue.
Moto G7 Play
It is the second device in the G7 series. it also features the same display as that of G7 Power. Also, the processor used here is similar. Other than the main camera here, which is a 13MP camera, and a smaller 3,000mAh battery, everything is similar here. Except for RAM, which is mere 2GB, almost every aspect of the device is similar. It also comes with a 5.7-inch display.
Color options are Starry Black and Deep Indigo.
It is powerful in some aspects from the rest of the two devices. Alive on a similar processor as that of G7 Power and Play, the device also packs a massive 6.2-inch FHD+ display onboard. The device comes with 4GB and 64GB Storage option only, but you can expand the storage by 512GB.
The rear camera features a 12+5MP camera lens setup. The 5MP camera is a depth-sensing camera. The front camera is also an 8MP camera.
Color options are Ceramic Black, Clear White.
All the devices above will come to Android Pie onboard, USB Type-C and headphone jack as well.
Moto will also launch a Plus variant of G7 as well.
Source: Android Authority
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