Motorola Moto E7 Power review

Motorola Moto E7

Motorola has been expanding its E7 range of smartphones, and now they have launched the Moto E7 Power in India. The E7 Power is Motorola’s yet another submission to the entry-level segment. This phone is being dubbed as a successor to the Moto E7, and it is the watered-down version of the Moto E7 Plus. It has a price tag under Rs 10,000, and it arrives with interesting features including the camera and processor.

Motorola Moto E7 Power will lock horns with the likes of Redmi 9i, Poco C3, Realme C3, and more. The entry-level segment is a cluttered market and you can choose from a number of different options to choose from. However, Motorola Moto E7 Power, is priced at Rs 8,299. 

Moto E7 Power: Design

Motorola has once again stuck with its elegant designs. With Moto E7 Power, do not expect something that you have not seen before, as the smartphone comes with a seemingly basic design.

It has ditched the square-camera model in the Moto E7 Power and instead, they have opted for a capsule-shaped camera module that houses two camera sensors as well as an LED flashlight. The camera does protrude a bit from the body. 

Now, as we come back to the rear panel, the smartphone is not a fingerprint magnet. And it does not highlight fingerprints and dust, unlike smartphones with flashy panels.

The smartphone comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and this is quite decent for its price. It is powered by MediaTek Helio G25 SoC.

There was another feature that grabbed our attention was the presence of the USB Type-C port. Now, most phones come with normal USB ports at this price point, the Motorola Moto E7 Power comes with USB Type C port. And, you will get a 3.5mm jack to connect your earphones too.

Moto E7 Power: Camera

Moto E7 Power has a dual-camera setup on the rear, which comprises a 13-megapixel primary lens and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. As far as selfies are concerned, it comes with an 8-megapixel camera for selfies.

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