When an infinite quantity of leak and gossips, Motorola Lastly revealed the Moto G7 series. The most strong and costly product of the fresh line-up is the Moto G7 Plus that arrives with midrange-class specification and a not so high price tag tag. Given the relevance of this handset, we think it is time to compare it with the suitable concurrency now in the world. 2 of the most major device in the real midrange segment are definitely the new Redmi Note 7 by Xiaomi and the Honor 10 Lite by Huawei. Does Moto G7 have a higher price tag for money or it is much better to go for these other Chinese companies?
Motorola Moto G7 Plus does not sport the most catchy and futuristic design, however it ships with fairly pleasant build quality. It has glass on both front and back, as nicely as an aluminum frame just like flagship smartphones. Further, it is splash resistant. Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 comes with even more resistant glasses thanks to the Gorilla Glass 5 protection, but it has a plastic frame making its body a bit less solid. However, the company claims that the cameraphone is water resistant, even though there is not any IP certification to prove it. Honor 10 Lite does not suggests so strong materials, so I exclude it from this comparison. It is a hard challenge between Moto G7 Plus and Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, but I would pick the latter since it appears extra lovely thanks to the gradient glass back.
At least on the paper, Motorola Moto G7 Plus appears to be the product with the perfect panel. Its LTPS technology need to help to provide a lower power consumption as nicely as more controlled temperature ranges. Further more, Moto G7 Plus has stereo speakers which enhance the multimedia experience. On the other hand, it will be not easy to notice the differences between these panels as their technical specs are very exact and all of them are midrange-class. Even the size is more or fewer the exact same.
If you are an advanced user and you play games or you care about multi-tasking, Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 offers a slightly improved processor: the Snapdragon 660 by Qualcomm. If you prefer to have extra inner storage, Honor 10 Lite is the only which comes with up to 128 GB of memory that you could furtherly extend with a micro SD card. Moto G7 Plus is inferior to both Honor 10 Lite and Redmi Note 7 because of to its great however lower-end SoC.
Moto G7 Plus and Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 are the perfect camera smartphones on the paper and, even though we still did not test them, we believe that Moto G7 Plus will be surprising. The last 3 generations of “G Plus” products are all great camera smartphones, even though they do not reach flagships. And we believe that Moto G7 Plus will be able to compete with the remarkable 48 MP camera sensor of the Redmi Note 7 with no issues. It might even be better due to its brighter aperture, OIS and accurate autofocus. And we think the exact same about the front image sensor. But in order to give a definitive verdict, we will have to click few shots.
We think that in 2019 putting a 3000 mAh battery on a midrange smartphone as Motorola did with the Moto G7 Plus is not abundant unless it was optimized in an superb way. Xiaomi Redmi Note 7 ships with a 4000 mAh battery and not only it wins the comparison, but we could think about it one of the longest lasting last-generation phones on a single charge. Honor 10 Lite sits in the middle with its sufficient 3400 mAh unit. On the other hand, note that Moto G7 Plus attributes a quite fast charging tech, so it can be charged in a small amount of time.
Moto G7 Plus will price tag about ?300/$340, definitely too a lot for a midrange with Sd 636, unless its cameras will be everything extraordinary. Xiaomi Redmi Note 7, that is the clear winner of this comparison, was unveiled for just $150/?132, while Honor 10 Lite costs about ?210/$240.
Xiaomi Redmi Note 7
Beneficial build quality
Low-cost price tag
Huawei Honor 10 Lite
Good front camera
Motorola Moto G7 Plus
Micro SD dedicated tray