check the 4G bands..............? not moto xactly.........#71 is important to have....
Anonymous, 16 May 2021More recently known as the Motorola Moto G7 Plus. Same phone, just rebranded.Yeah thats true because I checked the device name at the "About Phone" menu it was Moto G7 plus. And when we opened the handset we found the Motorola logo on the chips inside and including battery :-)
More recently known as the Motorola Moto G7 Plus. Same phone, just rebranded.
joe nodden, 27 Mar 2020Bruh they have the nerve to price this trash at $350.Grossly overpriced so they can give 'major discounts' when people sign up for a plan. It's a numbers game and many customers fall for it.
Just got upgraded to Android 10!, so mayor thanks and win!!!! And yes, it's THE "T-Mobile Revvlry+"
Great at first, not gonna lie.
Specs look similar to that of a Pixel 3a.
I should have just got something different.
I own this phone currently and am typing to you all on it. It is very bulky and heavy especially with any sort of case, the back is a fingerprint magnet, and that's before I tell the issues with the actual usage of the phone.
An occasional snapping noise when vibrating.
Battery life more inconsistent than any other I've seen. Could be 2 hours screen on, could be 5 hours screen on.
General usage is sluggish. The firmware T-Mobile created for this device is terrible, and causes constant slowdown. Even a Galaxy S III T999 feels faster (on LineageOS 14.1)
The LCD has a lot of problems. LCD persistence is horrible and can make it close to unusable at times when moving from light to dark applications.
Phone gets very hot doing anything while charging or in warm climates.
Cameras are all terrible. Focus is non-existent, and it's difficult to get any sort of clear picture. Selfie camera is functional, I guess.
Microphones are in bad positions and get gummed up quickly by dust. Sometimes don't work at all.
RAM is never utilized properly. The 4 GB of RAM goes right down to 1 GB usable by the time the OS starts up and gets running properly, which can take a while.
Headphone jack is barely usable. Sound is poor all around, but it's most jarring through the 3.5mm audio jack.
There are not many positives with this device. It is very large and heavy, and it's a slog to use because of this and the fact that it's just so inconsistent. Sometimes it performs well, other times it's just awful. I regret spending $350 on this phone.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2019actually its not motorola who makes it, its TCLThe REVVLRY+ is manufactured by Motorola.
Anonymous, 18 Oct 2019actually its not motorola who makes it, its TCLEvery model of the Revvl series is made by a different group. This one is made by Moto. Previous model was TCL
This phone has pretty bad reception in my area of San Diego. My old cheap LG phone performs much better than this one. The only good thing that I can see is the turbo power charging.
kezz, 06 Aug 2019Motorola makes it. Similar to motorola g7 actually its not motorola who makes it, its TCL
this sounds like a pretty good phone, but who makes it? A lot of people don't go for junk from China.
Mr. Electronics, 10 Jul 2019Trust me, your average American is a sucker for carrier-based phones. They would only purchase... moreT-mo in the US uses bands: 2, 4, 5, 12, 66, 71
The Xiaomi Redmi K20 & Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro only have band 5.