Motorola has been trying hard to strengthen its hold in the Indian market for the last few years. This is the reason that apart from Moto G Series, now the focus of the company has also increased on the entry level budget segment. Last year, Motorola launched the Moto E7 Plus. Now the company has brought another smartphone Moto E7 Power in this series, which has an initial price of Rs 7,499. Many phones are already present in the segment in which Motorola has introduced this phone. How much power does the Moto E7 Power have and will it be able to compete with its rival smartphones? Let’s know about the Moto E7 Power in detail in this review.
Moto E7 Power-Display
First of all, let’s talk about the phone’s display. It has a 6.51-inch Max Vision HD + display. There are thin bezels on all three sides of the display, while the chin is slightly thicker at the bottom. The traditional waterdrop notch design is available in the front panel for the selfie. Just above the notch is the speaker grill. Its display is similar to that of the Moto E7 Family launched last year by the Moto E7 Plus smartphone. The company may have done this to maintain uniformity across all phones in this series.
Due to the size of the phone’s display, watching videos or playing games gives better viewing experience. We saw many web series in this phone and in this price point, the brightness and color composition or contrast of the display also looked fine. Despite being a budget phone, you can play heavy games like Call of Duty. In this, we also saw a Need For Speed racing game. The display did not show any kind of problem. The movement of the vehicles and the visuals of the Roads were also good while playing the racing game.
Moto E7 Power-Design
Talking about the back panel of the phone, plastic body material has been used in it. Vertically aligned dual rear camera setup has been given in its back. There is LED flash light just below both cameras. On the back panel is the Motorola logo at the top and the speaker grill at the bottom. Physical fingerprint sensor is found on the logo.
A dedicated SIM card slot has been given in the left side of the phone, in which two SIM cards and a micro-SD card can be installed. On the right side, there are dedicated Google Assistant buttons with volume and power buttons.
The phone’s back panel has good finishing, which makes its rear look attractive. The best thing is that even if there is a splash on it, the phone will not be spoiled, that is, it is equipped with water replant feature. According to the entry level phone, the design of Moto E7 Power is better. It looks like a mid-range phone.
Moto E7 Power-Performance
This budget smartphone from Motorola comes with MediaTek Helio G25 octacore processor. This processor is specially designed for gaming smartphones. This budget phone offers up to 4GB of RAM and up to 64GB of internal storage. Internal storage can be increased from micro-SD card to 1TB.
The phone has a 5000mAh battery, which comes with USB Type-C charging support. The battery of this entry-level budget smartphone from Motorola is its USP. Once full charged, you can use this phone for 30 hours. After charging the phone once, we saw a web series of 9 episodes on it, even after that 15% of the battery remained. Accordingly, there is a battery backup of online video watching for up to 7 hours in the phone.
We have reviewed the variants of 4GB RAM and 64GB storage of this phone. There was no problem in playing the Call of Duty game. After playing the game for about 35 to 40 minutes, there was a complaint of lagging in its graphics. However, this can be ignored.
According to the price of the phone, you can also play heavy graphics games on it. At the same time, there will be no problem in playing low graphics games like – Ludo King, Coin Master etc. Its back panel tends to be slightly warmer when playing more heavy games, which is natural. Due to the high graphics, the CPU is more stressed, due to which the phone is warmer.
Talking about calling experience, MIMO network support has been provided in it, which supports better call connectivity. In Moto E7 Power you will get near stock Android Experience, due to which you will get many default apps and features from Google. This phone supports Screen Cast in the budget range. With the help of this, you can see the screen of your phone on your smart TV.
Talking about overall performance, this phone will not disappoint you in this price range. From watching videos online to playing games, you can use this phone. If you use the smartphone for basic needs, then once full charge, you will be able to use Moto E7 Power for about two days.
Moto E7 Power-Camera
The only drawback seen in most budget smartphones is its camera. Obviously, in a low price you should not expect a better camera in any smartphone. There are two cameras in the back of the Moto E7 Power, whose main sensor is 13MP. At the same time, the second sensor is of 2MP. In addition, you also get LED flash, which can be used in the dark or for night photography. It has a 5MP camera for selfie.
We liked the camera of Moto E7 Power better than other brands of smartphones in this range. It has 8X zoom support. Apart from this, many modes of photography like Panorama, Micro, Protrait, Manual and Auto are also available. Fine photos can also be clicked in low light from the rear camera of the phone.
We clicked some morning pictures from it, which came out fine. We also liked its macro camera mode. Pictures taken with 8x zoom start bursting, which is natural. You can use this phone for simple photography and social media uploads. If you create a Vlog and do not want to spend too much money, then you can do HD quality videography with this phone. Both its front and back cameras can record HD video.
Should it cost 8,299 rupees for a phone?
In the price of less than 10 thousand rupees, you will get smartphones from many brands. Camera specification of any of these phones will be good and one’s battery life will be good. If you are looking for a good camera phone with good battery, then Moto E7 Power may be an option for you. Its top variant, which comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage, will not disappoint you in terms of performance. Its camera quality is also fine. At the same time, even if you are fond of playing light games, this phone can live up to your expectations.
One of the things that we did not like in Moto E7 Power is its weight. The phone feels a bit heavy. Apart from this, fingerprints fall on its screen quickly, that is, without screen guards, the phone will not be able to use it. Overall, the Moto E7 Power is a good option in the budget segment.