A few months back Moto E7 Plus went official, now the vanilla version of the Motorola Moto E7 announced. In comparison, both the handsets are quite identical, in fact, the Moto E7 is a lot cheaper than the Plus edition. With the announcement of Moto E7, it naturally makes the Moto E7 Plus expensive. The company considering a discussed price for the E7 Plus variant while both of the handsets to be selling from EUR 110-120 in the Europian markets. Though the handsets are looks identical from outside, from inside the whole story changes. Going by the vanilla Moto E7 we have sacrifices Snapdragon 460, which is more capable than the Helio G25. Anyway, let’s find out what has Motorola offered in the vanilla Moto E7.
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Motorola Moto E7 Specs
At the upfront, the handset is built around an HD+ resolution LCD IPS display of size 6.5″ inch with a waterdrop notch on top. Underneath the notch, it houses a 5MP selfie snapper sensor. While at the rear, it has a square-shaped camera module with an LED flashlight built into it. The module combines a dual-set of cameras of a 48MP main sensor and a 2MP depth sensor. Beneath the module there it has the fingerprint scanner built into the Moto logo.
Under the hood, it is an octa-core system from MediaTek Helio G25. That has been configured with 8X Cortex-A53 CPU core at 2.0GHz processed in a 12nm process. Further, it bundled with IMG GE8320 GPU and 2GB of RAM alongside the 32GB internal storage. The system has been fueled by 4000mAh battery with normal charging speed. And the system runs on Android 10 OS.
As far as the connectivity options are concerned, it has 4G LTE and Wi-Fi connectivity. Whereas, the rest includes a USB Type-C port, 3.5mm audio jack, Bluetooth 5.0 and some required sensors supported by the device.
Price and availability
The handset to be released on some selective regions of the Europian market places. As per the reports, it will be available from next month. While the phone has been priced EUR 119 around ₹10,500. As of reporting time, there is no info about the availability of the device outside Europe.