Motorola Moto E7 Power manual – low-priced smartphones with batteries and large screens are now popping up more and more. These two excellent features are considered important, especially in the pandemic era where consumers spend more time with this handheld device longer each day. Continuing to try to compete, Motorola presents the Moto E7 Power in India.
If last November Motorola presented the Moto E7 for 99 Pounds, then the Moto E7 Power comes even cheaper. Of course, in order for the selling price to be reduced, some of its features are trimmed. But this entry-class smartphone still brings some added value that will certainly easily attract consumers.
By its own design, the Moto E7 Power looks simple. The curves and design of the rear camera look quite generic, resembling some Samsung smartphone designs. The difference is certainly from the Motorola logo on the back, which also serves as a fingerprint sensor. At least there are extra options besides PIN and face unlock.
The chipset used is the lowest class gaming chip, the MediaTek Helio G25, just like the one used on the Infinix Hot 10 Play and Xiaomi Redmi 9A. The architecture is octa-core with 12nm fabrication, has clockspeed reaching 2GHz. Motorola provides two ram capacity options and internal storage – 2/32GB &4/64GB, with a microSD card slot that can hold up to 1TB.
Being an entry-class smartphone, of course the camera setup will be very simple. In addition to the 5MP front camera prepared for video calling purposes, the Moto E7 Power rear camera has a slightly unique setup. In addition to the 13MP main sensor, there is a 2MP sensor that is not a depth sensor, but a macro camera.
Another surprising thing is the 2×2 MIMO Wi-Fi support that is not commonly found in affordable smartphones. In addition, the large battery capacity of 5,000 mAh on this device can also be charged via a USB-C port. Although, indeed, it has not been accompanied by fast charging support, aka limited to 10 W only.
Moto E7 Power price in India
This latest Motorola comes in two bright color options; Tahiti Blue and Coral Red. First launched in India, Motorola confirms that this entry-class product is 100% made in India. Its own sales began on February 26, through online retail stores such as Flipart.
The basic variant with 2/32GB memory is priced at INR7,499 only. As for the 4/64GB variant is slightly more expensive at INR8,299. At a relatively low price, consumers can get a large screen, a large battery with a USB-C port and a splash-proof design.