Moto E7 plus

Motorola, today, launched a new smartphone product in the Brazilian market – Moto E7 Plus. There are a few selling points in face of the water drop screen design, rear dual-camera module, and a few mores. As you understand, it is positioned as an entry-level product, priced at 1,499 reals ($283).

In terms of configuration, the Moto E7 Plus sports the Snapdragon 460 processor. It is supplemented by 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM storage combination. The latter can be expanded through the microSD card slot.

Apart from this, under the hood, we can find a built-in 5000mAh battery that supports 10W charging. The phone also runs on the Android 10 system.

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As said, the rear carries a dual-camera module with a 48-megapixel main lens and a 2-megapixel depth of field lens. On the front, it has an 8MP snapper for selfies and video chats.

Moto E7 plus

However, for such smartphones, appearance is the biggest highlight. And the Moto E7 Plus is no exception. The machine sports a 6.5-inch waterdrop screen with a resolution of HD+. The body size is 165.2×75.7×9.2 mm, and the weight is 200g. Thus, it’s a bit weighty. But the single-hand operations shouldn’t face any problem. The Moto E7 Plus is equipped with a physical fingerprint sensor embedded in the Moto dimple at the back.

At last, this phone supports 4G, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, GPS, etc.

The machine is available in amber copper and navy blue colors, and is currently only available in the Brazilian market.

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