With the Moto G7 family, Motorola has a mid-range phone for everyone

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The Moto G7 will cost €250 in Europe and $300 when it reaches North America (in March). You'll never have to worry about missing a great shot thanks to the all-day battery with 27W TurboPower charging for 12 hours of power in only 15 minutes.1,2 Combined with the Qualcomm® SnapdragonTM 636 Mobile Platform, you have the fastest moto g ever.

That suggests who Motorola's target audience is: budget-conscious consumers looking for a phone that will last longer between charging sessions -and that's not a bad pitch to customers at any price tier. This one ups the RAM from the 2GB on the G7 Play to 3GB and keeps the same 32GB of storage with expansion options via microSD cards. Not overly powerful, but not bargain bin-quality either.

The Moto G7 arrives packing a 6.2-inch Max Vision display which stretches across most of the phone.

That might all blend into the background once you cut through your first day on a single charge. It'll be released a bit later in the USA and other regions. Exact launch details and pricing for T-Mo and Metro aren't yet available, but Motorola said today that the Moto G7 Power will begin rolling out in the US this spring with a starting MSRP of $249.

Fear not, all three phones have headphone jacks, but some are on the top while others are on the bottom.

All of these devices land in your pocket for under £270 with new features including a better display, more power and even a giant 5,000mAh battery in the Moto G7 Power. The G7 Play is also the lightest of the trio at only 151 grams.

The Play is cheapest of the bunch with a price of just £149.

Motorola's Moto G series of phones are regularly praised for being solid, affordable Android devices, so it's good to see that one of the Moto G7 models will be making its way to T-Mobile and Metro.

Motorola says the G7 Power has enough juice for three days of use, but we'll have to put that claim to the test in our own battery test, which involves continuous web surfing over LTE until the fully charged phone runs out of juice.

We did get to compare the rest of the phone's features to those of its G7 siblings, however. The back of the smartphone has a 12MP sensor while the rectangular notch at the front accommodates an 8MP sensor.

But heck, if that's not your speed, there's also a mode that automatically takes a photo when everyone (well, up to five people) smiles.

Getting all the bells and whistles of Android 9 Pie out of the box isn't just a nice feather in the G7 line's cap - it's essential, given their budget status.

The new moto g7 series includes the features that matter most to a very important three letter word - Y. O. U. The moto g7 power is supported by a powerful SnapdragonTM 632 Mobile Platform that responds quickly to everything you do.

United States The new moto g7 will be released in the USA starting this spring and will be universally unlocked at Best Buy, B&H Photo, Walmart and on Amazon.com with subsequent availability at Google Fi, Republic Wireless and Ting. The G7 Power priced at $250 and will be available unlocked in the United States starting this spring. It shares its display and battery capacity with the regular Moto G7.

The Moto G7 Power seems like an effective compromise unit, even if it isn't a device that will turn heads - we'll know more after we've spent some quality time with the phone for our full review.

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