Motorola's G-Series has long been a favorite among bargain hunters who are looking for flexible Android phones. Today, the company has updated the series for 201
The G7 is the most expensive device without an adjective, although at $ 300 it's still more than adequate. With three bills, you get a relatively large 6.2-inch 1080p LCD screen with a mid-size Snapdragon 632 processor, 64GB of memory, and 4GB of RAM. The rear camera is a dual setup of 12MP main and 5MP depth sensors, with an 8MP front camera cooling in a "teardrop shape". The phone has a USB-C port and, thankfully, a headphone jack for anyone who does not want to buy any more adapters.
The G7 Power (header image) lowers the price to $ 250, but brings the battery only in the height 3000mAh to a whopping 5000mAh, which should take at least two days with moderate use. Like the more expensive G7, it can be recharged quickly with 15 watts. The larger battery and transparent plastic back make the G7 Power noticeably thicker and have only 3GB of RAM and 32GB of memory, though the processor is the same. It also drops the second rear camera and has a much longer iPhone style notch on the front. The screen is still 6.2 inches tall, but drops to a resolution of 720p.
For only $ 200, the G7 Play features a 5.7-inch 720p LCD screen, 32GB of storage, and slightly anemic 2GB of RAM. The rear camera is another 13MP shooter, and the battery drops back to 3000 mAh, this time with 10 watts charging. Oddly enough, G7 Play is the only member of the trio that shows a forward-looking flash in the camera. Strangely enough, all three designs lack NFC and wireless charging, but have fingerprint and face unlock options.
The three new G7 handsets are launched today in Mexico and Brazil and launched in spring in the US and Europe. You're running Android 9.0 "Pie," but do not expect these models to be updated quickly as Google's annual operating system updates in the third or fourth quarter.
Source: Ars Technica