The Moto E7 Plus is the latest budget handset from Lenovo that has been quietly unveiled without an official announcement. The entry-level phone features a large display and battery and odd-looking camera setup for an attractive price tag.
Design and Display
The phone features a 2019 mid-ranger look on the front with a large bottom bezel and a waterdrop notch for the front camera. The screen is a 6.5-inch LCD panel with a 720p resolution.
The back has a dual camera sensor inside a square-shaped cutout that also has an LED flash at the top. The fingerprint sensor is right below the primary camera on the Motorola logo.
Internals and Storage
The entry-level Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC powers the device with a 1.8GHz octa-core CPU, 4GB RAM, and up to 64GB internal storage. The storage is expandable through a microSD card.
You get stock Android 10 out of the box but with some of Motorola’s pre-installed apps and services.
The dual-camera setup on the back includes a 48MP main sensor that has Night Vision and a 2MP depth sensor for capturing portrait shots. This camera can record 1080p videos at 30 FPS.
The 8MP selfie camera has support for HDR and 1080p video recording.
Battery and Pricing
The Moto E7 Plus is equipped with a large 5,000 mAh battery, but unfortunately, it lacks support for fast charging and will draw power from a microUSB port, but this should be expected at this price point.
There is no word on availability yet, but the Moto E7 Plus will go for sale in Europe first for €149. It is expected to be cheaper in other countries, except of course in Pakistan where it will definitely cost more than its international price.
Motorola Moto E7 Plus
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 460
- CPU: 1.8 GHz Octa-core
- GPU: Adreno 610
- OS: Android 10
- Supported Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G LTE
- 6.5″ LCD with 1600 x 720 pixels resolution
- RAM: 4GB
- Internal: 64GB
- Card slot: yes
- Rear (Dual): 48MP + 2MP (depth)
- Front: 8MP
- Colors: N/A
- Fingerprint sensor: Rear-mounted
- Battery: 5,000 mAh
- Price: €149
Images courtesy of Evan Blass