Diving deep into Motorola Branding its E7 range of Phone Device, The company has recently launched its Moto E7 Power in India. The E7 Power is yet another excellent smartphone coming from Motorola as it is yet another submission to the entry-level segment. The smartphone is a successor to the Moto E7, and it is the watered-down version of the Moto E7 Plus. Although the E7 Plus was also launched with quite a lower price tag under Rs 10,000.
The Motorola E7 Power came with some interesting nice features which went as far as reaching the camera and processor.
Without any doubt, Motorola Moto E7 Power will compete with other smartphone brands variants like Redmi 9i, Poco C3, Realme C3, and many others. The device entry-level segment is a tough nut to crack hence there are too many smartphones to make a choice from. Nevertheless, Moto E7 Power, at a giving price point around Rs 8,299, comes with features that would surely not disappoint the users. Therefore, below are some of the basic features of Motorola Moto E7 Power as we review the device.
When Showcasing design, Motorola never seems to slack behind in designing its smartphones, regardless of how expensive or inexpensive the device, The company maintains its simple yet magnificent designs. Motorola forego the square-camera model in the Moto E7 Power and opted for a capsule-shaped camera module that rests two camera sensors and a LED flashlight. The camera hump protrudes a bit from the body, but that is not an issue.
On the aspect of performance, the Moto E7 Power is a strictly budget offering in terms of specifications. The smartphone arrives with a 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, which is relatively decent for its price. It is thus powered by MediaTek Helio G25 SoC.
While reviewing, we kept our expectations at bay, looking at its modest specifications, but to much of our surprise, it did not disappoint. The performance was fairly average. There were no visible lags while using the phone’s basic features, and it is strictly not meant for gaming. Yes, the apps take time to load, but that is not much of a problem considering its affordable price tag.
The call quality was just fine, and navigating from one app to the other was also pretty smooth. For anyone looking for a phone to get the primary job done, The Moto E7 Power is an excellent choice.