Motorola Announces Four New G7 Smartphones

Motorola Announces Four New G7 Smartphones

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Motorola unveiled four new models that make its moto G7 smartphone family. All phones come with improved cameras, longer battery life, higher processing speed and larger displays.

moto g7 plus has a 16 MP dual camera system with optical image stabilization. New software and AI helps users shoot like a pro with features like Smart Composition and Auto-Smile capture. Motorola states that the battery can last all-day with 27W TurboPower charging for 12 hours of power in only 15 minutes. It is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Mobile Platform, has a new u-design 6.2" Max Vision display with Full HD+ resolution, and has a Dolby Audio  stereo speakers.

moto g7 is also focused on photo and video features. The 12 MP dual camera system is equipped with blur effects, Spot Color, Auto Smile Capture and Google Lens. It also features u-design, 6.2" Max Vision Full HD+ display. It is powered by Snapdragon 632 Mobile Platform and also has a TurboPower charging.

moto g7 power was designed with battery life in mind. It has a 5000 mAh battery that can be used for work and play for 60 hours on a single charge. It also features TurboPower charging, 6.2" Max Vision HD+ display and Snapdragon 632 Mobile Platform.

moto g7 play is powered by Snapdragon 632 and is 60% (110 % in U.S.) faster than the previous generation. It comes with an ultrawide 5.7" Max Vision HD+ display with a 19:9 aspect ratio. It also features 13 MP rear camera with PDAF and zero shutter lag.

All models are already available in Brazil and Mexico and will hit the European stores mid-February. Retail price for moto g7 plus in Europe is 300 euros. g7, g7 power and g7 play have MSRPs in U.S. dollars – $299, $249 and $199.

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