21 December 2020
Motorola has launched the Moto E7, its new budget phone in the market. The Moto E7 features a design we all are much familiar with that mainly includes a teardrop-notch on the display and a significant chin.
Just like the Moto E7 Plus that went official in September, the standard Moto E7 also features a dual-camera setup, though the arrangement is a bit different. The back cameras are housed inside a square module and an LED flash is accompanying them as well. The fingerprint scanner sits just below this camera setup.
Coming to the specifications under the hood, the Moto E7 has a 6.5-inch Max Vision display with an HD+ (1600x720p) resolution. It is powered by a MediaTek Helio G25 processor coupled with 2GB RAM and 32GB built-in storage that can be upgraded further to 512GB using a microSD card.
It runs Android 10 with its minimal custom UI overlay and packs a 4,000mAh battery. Motorola claims the battery is capable of offering up to 36 hours of battery life. The battery also supports 10W fast-charging. Coming to the camera configuration of the Moto E7, it gets a 48MP main sensor that produces 12MP shots with the help of pixel binning. It supports a range of features including Night Vision, Portrait mode, and Panorama Mode. The main camera also supports both HD and full-HD recording at 30fps. The secondary sensor is a 2MP macro camera that can get 2.5x close to an object with an LED flash. On the front, the phone carries a 5MP camera.
Connectivity options include Bluetooth 5.0, 4G, Wi-Fi. It includes a USB-C port at the bottom as well as a 3.5mm headphone jack.
Motorola Moto E7 gets a dedicated Google Assistant button on the left side as well. The volume rocker and power button go on the right.
The price of the Moto E7 is €119.99($142) and it is going to be available in select European countries. The device is going to be available in Aqua Blue, Mineral Gray, and Satin Coral. The Moto E7 will roll out to select countries in Latin America, the Middle East & Asia in the coming weeks.