Typical Moto crap.
Moto Sucks. 636 processor in 2019 just bullshit.
Minuscule upgrade over Moto G6 series. Only visible difference is the screen, and it's arguably worse now... For the same prices, you can get significantly better phones if you know where to look.
Hopefully Z series upgrades will be more prominent.
Lenovo (motorola) just milking the cow - making a bad impression for moto - they should have given atleast snapdragon 660 - not going the right way - they can make moto an amazing brand with value, but sadly they are not ....................
So it has f1.7 and bigger 1/2.6" but still using iso above 100 in daylight shots.
Nothiing really exciting over here. I´d go for the Power , at least you get a juicy 5000mah batery which should be very efficient on a 632 Soc Snapdragon.
Not much difference over the G7 Plus and G7. They should have done a single model with a better processor.
Why confusing the consumer with 4 different models?
Please upgrade your phones Motorola, the G5s still in Android 7 in Europe.....
Moto G is losing it's identity. It used to be the best mid ranger you could buy for a fair amount, and pay a bit extra if you wanted a bigger screen. Nowadays the g7 and g7plus are like two different phones and the price is way above the 200 as it used to be.
Yeah, these are kinda crap. Hell, the M series from Samsung is better and don't even get me started on Tedmi
Mi 8 Lite is cheaper and has a 660. Hell, for the cost of the Plus, I could get a F1 with a 845!
"Unshakable image quality"? Sounds like the promotional slogan is written by a non-native English speaker.
cost is too high according to specs
People expect smartphones with atleast SD-660 SoC in 2019. Moto G7 Plus coming with SD-636 doesn't seem appealing enough. Anyway, might do well in India if priced under Rs 15000.
BTW, Motorola phones' build quality has dropped drastically ever since Lenovo bought it from Google years ago. Hope this Moto G7 series is worth its price !
Snap 636? C'mon... It should be least the 660... To expensive for the specs