Motorola unveiled its next mid-range smartphone aka Motorola Moto G7 a few days before MWC 2019 took place in Barcelona. Although the device is a mid-range with average specs, it has made its name in the Google Fi supported devices list just recently.
Google has added Moto G7 in Google Fi that was previously known as Project Fi. Once activated, Google Fi will allow the user to choose between T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint and others as supported by its mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) while if not activated or not supported, the user has to manually port out and port in to different operators to avail their services if they don’t like to stay with their current carrier.
Unlike previously when only Google devices such as Nexus and Pixel lineup were able to activate Google Fi, the tech giant has added several different smartphones in its catalog ranging from Huawei to Samsung and even Apple. However, Moto G7 will be its best pocket-friendly device since it will fetch a price tag of just $299 and once the user activates Google Fi, they’ll get a discount of $50 which is a great deal to proceed to.
Talking about Moto G7, it is a successor to Moto G6 which is not rocket science. It has a 6.2-inch 1080×2270 pixels IPS LCD display with 405 ppi density and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. It has a mid-range Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 octa-core processor manufactured on 14nm along with Adreno 506 which is an average spec sheet for a phone that cost less than third of what a base iPhone XS would cost in the U.S.
Further, the device has a backing of 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage that can be expanded o 512GB using a dedicated slot and yes, it has a headphone jack too which is not something mid-range smartphones are expected to let go just now.
Moving further, it has a dual rear camera setup with 12MP and 5MP sensors while the front is backed by an 8MP sensor that can shoot videos at 2160p and 1080p respectively. So, what are you waiting for? Don’t wait and get yourself a Moto G7 at a pre-sale price of $249 once you activate Fi.