Motorola Moto G7 Power Australia – Release Date, Price, Features, and SpecsUpdated: 2 months ago
This year, Motorola announced four amazing and sensational smartphones named Moto G7, G7 Plus, G7 Play and Moto G7 Power in Australia. The G7, G7 Power and Moto G7 Play are the cheapest models and contain 14 nanometers Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 Chipset with a plethora of other changes. The G7 Play comes with half a RAM of the other two devices – for instance, whereas Vanilla G7 is the only one to benefit from a depth-sensing 2nd camera sensor outback.
The Motorola Moto G7 Power Specs comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 Chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of onboard memory and a whopping 5000mAh non-removable battery. Putting that beast in context, Apple iPhone X is equipped with only 2658mAh battery and only a few numbers of handsets go beyond 3500mAh. The siblings such as G7 and G7 Play bear a 3500mAh battery and G7 Plus comes with 3500mAh battery.
Moto G7 Power Specifications
The Moto G7 Power Specs include Single SIM or Dual SIM, Splash Resistant, Bluetooth 4.2 and NFC. Other details include:
- Dimensions: 159.4 x 76 x 9.3 mm
- Weight: 193 grams
- Build: Front Glass and Plastic Body
- Display Size: 6.2-inches LTPS IPS LCD
- Display Resolution: 720 x 1570 Pixels (279 PPI)
- Display Protection: Corning Gorilla Glass 3
- Operating System: Android Pie 9.0
- Chipset: Qualcomm Snapdragon 632
- GPU: Adreno 506
- RAM: 3GB/4GB
- ROM: 32GB/64GB (Expandable Up to 512GB)
- Rear Camera: 12MP (PDAF + LED Flash, Panorama and HDR)
- Front Camera: 8MP (1080p@30fps)
- Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, NFC and micro USB
- Sensors: Fingerprint (rear-mounted), Accelerometer, Gyro, Compass, and Proximity
- Battery: Non-removable 5000mAh
- Colours: Ceramic Black, Iced Violet, and Marine Blue
Moto G7 Power Design
The Moto G7 Power looks almost similar to Moto G7. Well, that's not really bad. The whole Moto G7 line impresses handsets more than double the price or more, and there is no exception for Moto G7 Power Australia. This is a large 6.2-inch display smartphone with an aspect ratio of 19.5:8, a little chin on the bottom and a notch on the top. Despite that flawless design, it did not follow the annoying 3.5 mm headphone jack design trend – however, it is still there to accept your trustworthy earbuds of old times.
Turn over it and you get the first hint that a flagship device is not involved. If you intensify your knocks on the back, it's not a polycarbonate but a glass back. It looks nice, if there is a bit of a fingerprint magnet and you have a slippery touch in your hand, so probably you're going to want to get a case or use the clear plastic that comes in the box. Underneath the large distinctive circular camera setup, next to the top, there is a fingerprint reader filled with a Motorola logo.
Moto G7 Power Display
Motorola has done more than you could expect behind the scenes to calibrate the technology. But the big design change can't be missed. The Moto G7 Power comes with a wide notch (not really!). And in the Moto G7 range, this is certainly the least distractive notch. The higher models have a teardrop, but it digs far deeper into a screen. They are quite noticeable - narrower as they may be. Resolution is the second major deal for the relatively low price of the Moto G7 Power.
The handset has a screen of 1520 x 720 pixels, much sharper than the high-prized Moto G phone's Full HD screens. Very much like last year, though, quite how impressive this screen looks surprised. Beautiful colours, strong contrast, and Moto G7 Power display go bright enough to manage sunny days.
Moto G7 Power Performance
The handset works remarkably well and looks like loading apps a bit quicker than the Moto G6 Play of last year. That makes sense, of course. It is equivalent to a Snapdragon 632 Prime Minister Moto G7. The Kryo nodes have been used on most affordable phones, rather than Cortex-A53. 4GB RAM is also a complete 1GB upgrade over G6 Play. Geekbench 4 gives you a sense of the raw difference in performance. The G7 Power has scored 4511 whereas G7 Play scored around 2300. Hence, we are in a whole different CPU league.
Expecting a lag-free gaming experience may disappoint you. It's loaded with Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 Chipset - partnered with Adreno 506 GPU - the same used in Moto G6 and G6 Play. You should try playing a game like Ark: Survival Evolved and you will have to seriously reduce a graphical fidelity and resolution in order to run smoothly without any lag. Well, if you want to max-out gaming performance, get your hands on Honor Play. The G7 Power, however, is still a great gaming smartphone. A huge battery, biggest screen, loads of storage and a processor can hack the latest games earn it a pass.
Moto G7 Power Camera
The Moto G7 Power camera has the same basic construction blocks as the pricier Moto G7. The back of the camera is a 12-megapixel camera with Omni vision and out front, there is an 8MP Samsung camera. The G7 depth sensor and the visual image stabilizer of the Moto G7 Plus are not available. But lens quality really distinguishes this phone from the model up. It's capable enough to capture detailed and colourful images. Daylight is full of details, improvement of the dynamic field at this budget level is fabulous and the colours are punchy. Since last year, Motorola is also extremely fast-moving. This is a very responsive camera at daylight.
You can see a lot of purple fringing in certain scenes, however. Here are the edges of the objects when someone with a purple marker has passed over it. The quality of the image at night is also scrap, which is slightly deceitful if the main sensor has reasonably large 1.25 microns. Some of the Moto G7 Power components are good whereas others are excellent.
The front camera comes off surprisingly well after the water-treading of the rear camera. It can give a lot of detail and keeps a lot more in dim rooms than old budget smartphones. In this area, there is, though, a lot of competition because of the obsession with selfies between Honor and Xiaomi. The Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite has an improved camera for itself.
Moto G7 Power Battery
The most important thing about Moto G7 Power is its battery – 5000mAh. It’s bigger as compared to Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Galaxy Note 9 as well as last year’s Moto G6 Play. This troop gives you 59% of its juice even after 24 hours of use. A few hours of podcast streaming, a few snaps and a lot of WhatsApp make it quite a good representation for a usual day. The Moto G7 is one of a couple of phones that can offer real durability for two days. The claim for Motorola is 60 hours, or two days and a half. But no one would want to leave their phones running on fumes. A charger after the second day is needed.
It lasts longer than Moto G7, Honor 10 Lite and Xiaomi's numerous devices and nearly every mid-level flagship smartphone. Interestingly, you get an 18W turbo loader with the G7 power, but that shows how some fast loaders are better these days than others. No surprise, it takes about two hours for this hulk of a battery to recharge.
Moto G7 Power Release Date
The precise Moto G7 Power Release Date in Australia isn’t confirmed but it’s available all over Australia as well as other countries such as India, China, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Canada, and United States. One can grab G7 Power up in a choice of three amazing colours – Marine Blue, Iced Violet, and Ceramic Black.
Moto G7 Power Price
The Moto G7 Power Price in Australia starts at AU$330 and it’s available in different configurations – 32GB of onboard memory with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard memory with 4GB of RAM. After Moto G7 Play (AU$280), it’s the second-cheapest G7 smartphone. Other G7 devices i.e. G7 and G7 Plus set users back a little higher.