Lenovo announced a new range of Moto smartphones in the G series. The four new models in the ‘affordable premium’ series have launched first in Mexico and Brazil and will roll out soon to other regions.
The top of the range is the Moto G7 Plus, with a 16 megapixel dual rear camera system with AI software and features like smart composition and auto-smile capture. It comes with 27W TurboPower charging for 12 hours of power in only 15 minutes, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB storage, 3,000 mAh batteries and a 6.2-inch Max Vision display with Full HD+ resolution. Priced at EUR 300 and available in the colours deep indigo and vivia red, it will roll out in Europe in mid-February and in the coming months in Australia and other countries in Latin America.
The Moto G7 model comes with the same 6.2-inch display and a 12 megapixel dual camera equipped with blur effects, spot color, auto smile capture and Google Lens. Claiming to be 50 percent faster than the previous generation, the device runs the Snapdragon 632 and also comes with TurboPower. The device will be available from mid-February throughout Europe. And roll out over the coming months in various countries in Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America, at a starting price of USD 299.
The Moto G7 Power edition targets those in need of long battery life. The 5,000 mAh battery can work for 60 hours, or up to three days in the US and Canada on a single charge. It also has fast charging and a 6.2-inch Max Vision HD+ display and runs the Snapdragon 632 processor. Priced at USD 249, the Power edition will be available from mid-February throughout Europe and roll out over the coming weeks in India and the coming month in various countries in Asia Pacific, Latin America and North America.
Finally, the Moto G7 Play offers a smaller 5.7-inch Max Vision HD+ display and compact body. It also runs the Snapdragon 632 and is 60 percent faster than its predecessor (110% in US and Canada), the company said. The Play edition comes with 2 GB RAM, 32 GB storage, a 3,000 mAh battery and a 13 MP rear camera with PDAF and zero shutter lag. Priced at USD 199, it will launch mid-February in Europe roll out over the coming month in various countries in Latin America and North America.
All four models come with a newly redesigned One Button Nav system, replacing navigation buttons with one on-screen bar. They run Android 9.0 Pie and come with an improved Three Finger Screenshot to take screenshots longer than the screen and edit them immediately. Other Moto Experiences like Quick Capture, Fast Flashlight and Attentive Display are also still included.
In the US, the G7, G7 Power and G7 Play will launch this spring and sold unlocked at Best Buy, B&H Photo, Walmart and Amazon.com, with subsequent availability at carries. The MVNOs Google Fi, Republic Wireless and Ting will carry the G7, the G7 Power will be available with T-Mobile, Metro, Verizon Wireless, Consumer Cellular, Republic Wireless, Ting and Xfinity Mobile, and the G7 Play will sell with providers Boost Mobile, Virgin Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Republic Wireless and Ting.