Moto E7 has finally been released, months after the Moto E7 Plus was released. The phones are similar. Naturally, Moto E7 is the cheaper version, which will start at 110-120 euros (860-940 yuan) in Europe.
The main difference between moto E7 and moto e7 Plus models is the chipset and battery. The Moto E7 adopts mediatek’s Helio G25 chipset, which has eight Cortex-A53 CPU cores and IMG GE8320 GPU at 650 MHz, while the Plus model has a more powerful Snapdragon 460 chipset. Even more important is the memory configuration. The E7 is only half as big as the Plus, with 2GB of memory and 32GB of storage.
Moto E7 has a 4000mAh battery capacity, while Moto e7 Plus has a 5000mAh battery capacity. That’s enough to last 36 hours of use, MOTOROLA said. In addition, Moto E7 supports a 10W charging speed.
For the rest, the two models are roughly the same. Moto E7 has a 6.5-inch IPS LCD screen with a resolution of 720×1600 px (20:9). The rear main camera has a 48MP sensor with an F /1.7 aperture and a 2MP module next to it for the macro camera. The third module is a 5MP selfie camera (f/2.2, 1.22 m) in a water droplet groove on the front. The chipset limits video recording to 1080p at 30 frames per second.
The E7 is slightly thinner and lighter than the Plus version (8.9 versus 9.2 mm, 180g versus 200g). Both phones have a plastic body, and the back is textured (the Plus has a smooth surface). They are not completely waterproof, but the waterproof coating inside should protect them from accidental spillage.
The Moto E7 has a 4G connection, a hybrid slot that lets you use two nanoSIM CARDS, a nanoSIM card and a microSD card. The usB-C port at the bottom and the 3.5mm jack at the top provide extra connectivity, support for FM radio, 2.4ghz Wi-Fi B/G/N and Bluetooth 5.0, but no NFC, and a fingerprint reader is embedded in the back.
We understands that the Moto E7 will be available in Europe in December, and other regions should follow soon. The retail package will include a headset and/or case, depending on the region.