The new Motorola Moto G7 smartphone has been announced in February of 2019. The smartphone is expected to cost about $300 and be available for pre-sale around March 1st. It can be pre-ordered from the Motorola website and from Best Buy. The phone is the successor to last year’s Moto G6.
This phone has an “edge-to-edge” look with a small teardrop notch which is for the front-facing camera. It has a small “chin” at the bottom where is where you will see the Motorola logo. You will not find any fingerprint sensor at the bottom of the Motorola Moto G7 as that has been moved to the Gorilla Glass 3 back, with the Motorola “M” logo.
The main frontal display screen is about 6.2 inches in size with a 2,270 x 1,080 resolution. This smartphone uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor. It has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The processor is much improved from the Moto G6. Apparently the Motorola Moto G7 is about 50% faster than the G6 from last year.
It comes with a battery which is 3,000mAh, that for the most part should last most of your normal cellphone use days. The camera specs are somewhat similar to the G6 as it has a dual-sensor on the back with one 12-megapixel sensor and 5-megapixel depth sensor. On the front, the camera sits in at 8 megapixels.
The Motorola Moto G7 has a new Hyperlapse feature of its camera. With this feature you can convert already created footage into a fast-motion Hyperlapse video. You will also like the “Auto Smile Capture,” which takes a photo when it detects that you’re smiling. There’s also High-res Zoom, which delivers better looking photos when you zoom in digitally. The camera has the other usual features we’ve seen on other Motorola phones like Portrait Mode, Cinemagraph, and Spot Color.
This smartphone supports Bluetooth 4.2, not the advanced Bluetooth 5.0. You also will not get NFC, which does not allow you to use this smartphone for payments via Google Pay with no contacts. As for software, this cellphone has Android 9.0 Pie, and is close to stock Android, in that it’s clean and uncluttered. There is also no Motorola “skin” layered on top of Android from Google.
Motorola has added some new features. The smartphone comes with Moto Actions which allows you to use gestures to trigger actions on the phone. For instance you can make a chopping gesture with the phone twice to turn on the flashlight. You will only get 1 Android version update (Android Q) with this phone. It’s a low end priced smartphone but it has decent features with a decent camera and in it’s price range it should do well for Motorola.
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