Motorola Moto G7: Plans | Pricing | Specs


Motorola Moto G7 at a glance
When did the Motorola Moto G7 come out? Due to be announced on 4 February 2019, Australian availability TBC.
What's new about the Motorola Moto G7? Teardrop design, 6.24-inch display, dual cameras.
How much does the Motorola Moto G7 cost? Pricing still TBC, expected mid-range.

Motorola's latest update to its Moto G family appears to have plenty of power for a mid-range phone, along with some improved camera optics.

Motorola hasn't formally announced the Motorola Moto G7 just yet... sort of. A leak via its South American subsidiaries revealed the full specification sheets for the new phones, along with images, giving us a nearly complete picture of where Motorola is taking its most popular phone range in 2019.

Design

  • 6.24-inch display
  • "Teardrop" notch for front-facing camera

Camera

  • Dual rear cameras with nicely low aperture

Performance

  • Snapdragon 632 is a suitable mid-range processor, although the Plus has a Snapdragon 636
  • Motorola's own launcher is pretty light and typically easy to use

Battery

  • 3,000mAh battery should be enough for a single day
  • No wireless charging

Pricing and availability

  • Pricing is yet to be confirmed for the Motorola Moto G7.
  • Likewise, because it's pre-launch, it's not clear when it'll launch in Australia. Motorola has enjoyed healthy local direct sales for G-series phones, so we'd expect it to launch as an outright purchase option only.

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Motorola Moto G7
Screen6.24 inches
Resolution2,270 x 1,080 pixels
Pixel density403ppi
Operating systemAndroid Pie
Processor1.8GHz Snapdragon 632
Storage64GB
Storage expansionYes
Rear camera12 megapixels with f/1.8 aperture and 5 megapixels with f/2.2 aperture
Slow-motion recordingN/A
Front camera8 megapixels with f/2.2 aperture
RAM4GB
Battery3,000mAh
Removable batteryNo
Connectivity4G LTE, Bluetooth 5, Wi-Fi 802.11ac (2.4, 5GHz)
NFCVaries according to the market
WaterproofN/A
Fingerprint readerYes, on the back
Iris readerNo
Face recognitionYes
Wireless chargingN/A
Special featuresDrop-style notch, headphone jack
Size157 x 75.3 x 7.92mm
Weight174 grams
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Updated February 23rd, 2019
Name Product Display size Display resolution Internal storage Battery size More info
6
2160 x 1080
64GB
3,000
5.7
1440 x 720
32GB
4,000
Motorola Moto E5
Motorola Moto E5
5.7
1440 x 720
16GB
4,000
5.7
2160 x 1080
32GB
3,000
5.9
2180 x 1080
64GB
3,200
5.2
1920 x 1080
64GB
3,000
5.5
1920 x 1080
32GB
3,000
5.2
1920 x 1080
32GB
3,000
5.5
1920 × 1080
64GB
3,000
5
1280 × 720
16GB
2,800
5
854 × 480
16GB
2,350
5.5
1920 x 1080
16GB
3,000
5
1920 x 1080
16GB
2,800
5.2
1920 x 1080
16GB
32GB
3,000
5.5
1920 x 1080
32GB
3,510
5.5
2560 x 1440
64GB
2,600
5
1280 × 720
16GB
2,800
5.4
2560 x 1440
32GB
3,760

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Alex Kidman

Alex Kidman is a multi-award-winning consumer technology journalist and the Tech & Telco Editor at finder.com.au. He's been writing about consumer technology topics for more than two decades, and enjoys breaking down complex topics into their component parts. He has written for just about every major Australian technology publication, and is a former editor of Gizmodo Australia, PC Mag Australia, and CNET.com.au.

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