Smartphone giant Motorola launched their latest product in the line of their very successful G and E series phone in the form of Moto E7 power. This phone is set to cater to customers with greater ambitions in terms of utility.
Hardware and Design
Moto has opted for a very ordinary design for this phone. It comes with a very basic polycarbonate body which is melded with a 6.5 inches ‘MaxVision’ display. The plastic rear, coloured in ‘Mineral Grey’, has a brushed metal-like texture that won’t show up fingerprints, and should protect the phone decently if it lands on the back. While the rear won’t show the sketchy fingerprint marks, unfortunately, the screen will. Motorola E7 features a nice big IPS LCD panel with an HD+ (1600×720) resolution in a 20:9 aspect ratio which is great for watching the video. However, it lacks brightness as compared to some of its higher-end models, and thus struggles a little in the bright daylight. Understandably, it gives you quite a modest gaming and entertainment experience.
The phone cover houses a MediaTek Helio G25 processor, complemented with 4GB RAM and 64GB of onboard storage. It also comes with a microSD card support of up to 512GB. Although MediaTek does not happen to be the flagship vendor for CPUs, they do a respectable job and for the most part that’s what Motorola E7 is all about. It boasts itself on what the customer needs, their utilitarian needs than adding on its fancy credentials. However, it must be said that in certain operations which demands high-intensity operations, the processor might seem a little incompetent.
As far as the cameras are concerned, the Moto E7 has a dual-camera setup on the rear with a 48 MP sensor with Quad Pixel technology and 2MP macro camera included as well as a single LED flash, and on the front you get an 8MP selfie cam fitted into a teardrop notch in the display.
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|Screen Size||6.51 inch|
Specification: MOTO E7
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