Motorola Moto G7 review

Motorola’s latest update to its Moto G family has plenty of power for a mid-range phone, along with some improved camera optics.

Design

  • 6.24-inch display
  • Teardrop notch for front-facing camera

Camera

  • Dual rear cameras with low aperture

Performance

  • Snapdragon 632 is a suitable mid-range processor, although the Plus has a Snapdragon 636
  • Motorola’s own launcher is pretty light and typically easy to use

Battery

  • 3,000mAh battery should be enough for a single day
  • No wireless charging

Motorola Moto G7 specs

Motorola Moto G7
OSAndroid 9
Display size (inches)6.2
Display resolution (pixels)2270 x 1080
Pixels per inch (PPI)403
Processor1.8GHz Snapdragon 632
Height (mm)157
Width (mm)75.3
Depth (mm)8
Weight (g)172
Battery size (mAh)3,000
Wireless chargingNo
Internal storage64GB
MicroSD expansion512GB
Fingerprint scannerYes
RAM4GB
Water resistanceN/A
Motorola Moto G7
Rear camera (1) resolution12
Rear camera (1) aperturef/1.8
Rear camera (2) resolution5
Rear camera (2) aperturef/2.2
Front camera (1) resolution8
Front camera (1) aperturef/2.2
Motorola Moto G7
Wi-Fi802.11 a/b/g/n
Network category speedN/A
NFC supportNo

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