Moto G7 global launch today

The device will be sold in Australia and selected Latin American countries later with a starting price of 299.99 Euros (about RM1,382). It'll supposedly be a flip phone like the original RAZR that remains one of the best-selling cell phones of all time, but with a new foldable OLED screen like the ones we'll soon see in next-gen phones from Samsung and Huawei.

However, for whatever reason, Motorola changed the notch on every phone and they all look different and have different size notches.

Motorola's most popular mid-range line has been refreshed for 2019 as the Moto G7. Motorola calls this a compact design, even though it has a 5.7-inch screen which was considered huge a decade ago. It also features a 16MP dual camera system with optical image stabilization for improved photography. The Moto G7 Play packs a 3000mAh battery unlike a 4000mAh cell on last year's G6 Play. As for optics, the G7 Play features a 13MP primary and an 8MP selfie cameras. 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 Dollars 299.

The Moto G7 Power might be available at €210 (about ₹17,000). The Moto G7 will eventually get Google Fi compatibility, the G7 Power will come to Verizon, and all three will get a healthy sprinkling of pre-paid carrier support. For full information and specifications, visit our website.

The 157 x 75.3 x 8-millimeter, 172-gram phone roughly shares dimensions with the Moto G6 (153.8 x 72.3 x 8.3 and 167 grams). The Moto G7 Play is priced at 999 Brazilian Real (₹19,210 approx.).

Below the dual-camera is the circular fingerprint scanner. It runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor, which is the same unit that's powering the ZenFone Max M2 (non-Pro version).

As teased earlier, the next-generation Moto G7 smartphones were announced at an event in Brazil. Europe will get them next, though nothing concrete has been revealed just yet beyond "mid-February". The MSRP on this device will be EUR€299.99.

Moto G7 Power comes with a big 5,000mAh battery which is said to deliver up to 56 hours of battery life. It is also fitted with a slightly less powerful Snapdragon 632 chip.

The Moto G7 Power will be priced from US$249 (about RM1,147) and it will be going on sale first in Brazil and Mexico, followed by Europe and the rest of the world.

Much more reasonable is the £239 Moto G7.

The Moto G7 can be described as the flagship in the budget series.

Moto G7 Power adorns a relatively smaller 6.2-inch display with HD+ resolution of 1520 x 720 pixels. Both phones have single-lens rear cameras that are capable of depth-effect portraits, but only through the help of software.

"Powered by a Snapdragon 636 chipset and supported by 4GB RAM, the Moto G7 Plus sports a gorgeous 6.2" Max Vision Full HD+ display and a pair of stereo speakers tuned by Dolby Audio. Priced at Dollars 199, it will launch mid-February in Europe roll out over the coming month in various countries in Latin America and North America.

The new Moto G7 comes with a fresh design and new specs, as well as a few features you won't find on high-end Android devices anymore but that are still very much relevant. The good news is that our own inside sources have told us that Motorola is indeed toying with the idea of releasing a foldable RAZR revival. Combined with all of your favorite Moto Experiences like Quick Capture, Fast Flashlight and Attentive Display, using your smartphone has never been easier.

Vanessa Coleman