- Motorola‘s Moto G series smartphone has been our favorite option for mid-range devices ever since they were first released back in 2013.
- The new Moto G7 comes with a fresh design and new specs, as well as a few features you won’t find on high-end Android devices anymore but that are still very much relevant.
- In my experience testing older versions of Moto G phones, these mid-range devices are nearly indistinguishable in looks and performance from the high-end tier of Android phones.
Motorola announced its new $300 Moto G7 smartphone on Thursday, and it’s an exciting time for smartphone users who aren’t so keen on spending big.
Motorola’s Moto G series of smartphones has been our favorite mid-range option ever since they were first released back in 2013, and they’ve only been getting better and better every generation. Last year’s Moto G6 was a fantastic device that made me forget I was using a $250 phone, and not one that cost over $800.
The new Moto G7 comes with updated specs, design, and even a few rare, out-of-style features that many smartphone users still value.
Check out the Moto G7:
The Moto G7 will cost $300 when its released this spring.
It has a 6.2-inch display with 1080p resolution, which doesn’t look less sharp than the higher-resolution screens on more expensive devices.
It has a fresh new design that brings it up to par with more recent high-end smartphones, and the Moto G7 doesn’t skimp on premium features.
Motorola has graced the Moto G7 with the thinnest bezel yet on a G phone, giving it the appearance of a high-end Android smartphone.
It has a glass back where you’ll also find the fingerprint sensor, and a water-drop-style notch on the display that looks infinitely better than larger notches. The notch is where the selfie camera lives, which also comes with facial recognition for unlocking the phone.
Splashes and rain won’t be an issue for the Moto G7, as it has a water-repelling coating.
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Source: Business Insider