The Moto G7 Power has 5,000mAh in its tank, which promises 60 hours (2.5 days) of usage on a single charge.
The Moto G7 Power will be available in the United Kingdom from March 1 at Carphone Warehouse, EE, Vodafone, John Lewis, Tesco and other participating resellers with a starting RRP of £179.
For photography, the Moto G7 sports a dual rear camera featuring 12MP primary sensor with 5MP secondary shooter.
This device comes in Ruby and Indigo - hot stuff! You've also got a 12-megapixel camera with 1.25μm pixels and an LED flash.
The moto g7 play is available today in Brazil and Mexico.
There's now no word on price but Motorola's G series have always been incredibly good value and we expect them to cost under £300.
The new Moto G7 Power will be released in the US starting this spring with subsequent availability at T-Mobile, Metro by T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, Cricket Wireless (as the moto g7 supra), Consumer Cellular, Republic Wireless, Ting and Xfinity Mobile, and will be universally unlocked at Best Buy, B&H Photo, Walmart and on Amazon.com. It costs a bit more than its budget sibling, which gets the Power slightly better specs, a bigger screen and its standout feature: a 5,000mAh battery. There's a 3,000mAh battery in there, too, and it's non-removable. Unfortunately, that is where it all ends as the rest of its specs don't really tickle. This one ups the RAM from the 2GB on the G7 Play to 3GB and keeps the same 32GB of storage with expansion options via microSD cards.
The Moto G7 Power boasts a 6.2-inch HD+ screen, with 78% screen coverage for the front of the device.
There are a truckload of AI features packed into the smartphone. The G7 Power will then roll out to India in the coming weeks and to North America, Latin America and Asia Pacific in the coming months after that.
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On the front, the bezels surrounding the display have significantly reduced compared to the Moto G6 Plus and the result is a striking looking device - though we feel the Motorola logo could have been ditched like the front-facing fingerprint sensor to further reduce the device's form factor.
The Moto G7 and G7 Plus are the all-singing, all-dancing handsets.
We haven't spent any hands-on time with the G7 series, though at glance, they look like serviceable alternatives for smartphone buyers who are turned off by the exorbitant price tags of flagship phones, which have now breached the $1,000 mark.
The Moto G series has been successful in providing many features that are normally expected in more-expensive high-end phones while keeping the pricing reasonable and the seventh generation is no exception.
For your money, you get Snapdragon 632 processor, 5.7-inch Max Vision display and 13-megapixel rear camera. The G7 still features a Snapdragon 632 chipset but it is paired with 4GB of RAM while there is 64GB of expandable storage onboard.
Based on our first impressions of all the four Moto G7 devices, the G7 Plus is the one we'd pick to buy. The rear camera can record 4K video at 30fps and 1080p at 30/60/120fps. It will roll out over the coming months in Australia and in other countries in Latin America with a starting MSRP of 299.99€ Euro. It will be available starting in mid-February throughout Europe.
The G7 is the thinnest of the three at 8mm and here's a good look at the cool chrome edges of the white version. The model packs a 6.24-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 2270 pixels.
Under the hood, you'll find a Snapdragon 632 processor and this device also includes that turbocharging technology.