Motorola announced on Tuesday (24) the launch of the Moto E7, a new member of the company’s most affordable smartphone family. It joins the Moto E7 Plus, which was unveiled in September 2020.
One of the highlights is that the device delivers a more generous price by offering a high-capacity battery (4,000 mAh) that the brand says can last up to 36 hours in daily use.
The set of rear cameras is double. The sensors include a 2 MP macro lens (with 2.5 times zoom) and the 48 MP main lens with Quad Pixel technology. The 5 MP selfie camera is drop-shaped at the top center of the screen.
Speaking of the screen, the Moto E7 has a 6.5 ”IPS LCD panel similar to the E7 Plus, with Max Vision HD + technology resolution (720 x 1,600 pixels). The MediaTek Helio G95 octa-core processor has 2 GHz and the model still comes with 2 GB of RAM. The 32 GB storage can be expanded with a microSD card.
The Moto E7 also has a traditional headphone jack, biometric reader on the back, and a physical Google Assistant button for quick voice commands. The factory operating system is Android 10 with “the purest possible version” from the manufacturer.
The Moto E7 will initially only be sold in some European countries from December for € 120 – approximately R $ 770 in direct currency conversion. Selected locations in Asia, the Middle East and Latin America will receive news about the device “in the coming weeks”, so keep an eye on TecMundo for information on an arrival in Brazil.
It is available in three colors: Aqua Blue (blue), Satin Coral (pink) and Mineral Gray (gray).