/Motorola e7 Power Review: Huge Battery, Clean OS, and Type-C in Budget

Motorola e7 Power Review: Huge Battery, Clean OS, and Type-C in Budget

Motorola e7 Power

Motorola has added a new smartphone to its e-series with the launch of Motorola e7 Power. The e-series of Motorola is one of the successful series from the company in the budget range section as the e-series was once on top of the budget range section in the Indian smartphone market. The company is eyeing to capture its top spot in the budget range with the launch of Motorola e7 Power. So, we will be looking at all the features that the new Motorola e7 Power has to offer and whether it can emerge as a new favorite in the budget range section.


The new Motorola e7 Power comes with a general look meaning it’s neither too catchy nor too dull. The phone has a light body weight which is due to the plastic body of the phone. The phone fits the hand quite easily and the curvy edges provide a better grip to operate the phone comfortably. The front fascia of the phone is dominated by the tall screen with a waterdrop notch. The backside has dual rear camera sensors followed by an LED flash within a frame that is slightly protruded outside. At the middle of the rear side lies the physical fingerprint sensor which has a quick response rate. The right side has tri-buttons, one for power, one for volume, and a customizable side key that can be used for specific tasks or apps.The left side offers a hybrid SIM tray in which you get two SIM slots with a microSD slot. The bottom side has a USB Type-C port for 10W charging and a microphone while the 3.5 mm is at the top side, the loudspeakers are at the backside.


Motorola e7 Power comes with 6.5 inches Max Vision HD+touchscreen with an aspect ratio of 20:9. The display offers wide viewing angles which allow you to enjoy games, movies and edit documents very comfortably. The phone has a screen resolution of 720×1600 pixels and has 269 PPI density making the screen visible under bright daylight when adjusted to the maximum brightness level. The colors produced on-screen are bright and vivid. The screen is quite good considering the price range in which the new e7 Power falls.


The Moto e7 Power runs on Android 10 with a clean stock interface, bloatware-free which is one of the good things which we like about Motorola phones.

Motorola e7 power comes with an entry-level processor which is MediaTek Helio G25 with eight octa cores where four cores are clocked at 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 four cores are clocked at 1.5 GHz Cortex-A53. The processor does a decent job handling the tasks but you can’t indulge in heavy multitasking. The processor is good for light apps and it struggles while using big apps. To support the gaming and graphic applications the phone has PowerVR GE8320 GPU. The graphic support is good for average games but you cannot play heavy games on this phone because the graphic level degrades and it takes a lot of time to load the heavy games. The processor is supported by 4GB RAM which helps the processor to maintain stability while using the applications. Motorola e7 Power has 64GB ROM and it can be extended with the help of a microSD card but for that, you have to sacrifice one of the SIM slots.


Motorola e7 Power offers a good quality of images in the budget range section. The images which we captured from the rear camera sensors stood out to be exciting as they maintained a good color level and clarity. The portrait shots were decent with the right focus level on the subject. The focus of the rear camera sensors at daytime was good as we were able to capture some well-detailed images and the contrast level was average as well. The images captured at night were not as good as the images captured at daytime but they can be considered of average quality. There was some noise and graining effect when we increased the resolution both at daytime and night and the focus level also gets distorted. The dual rear camera sensors hold such configurations where the primary sensor is 13MP with an aperture of f/2.0 which is also the wide lens. The secondary sensor is a 5MP macro lens with an aperture of f/2.4. For selfie lovers, there is a 5MP selfie sensor with an aperture of f/2.2. The selfies captured were of good quality with no extra effects on your face. The camera interface includes Portrait mode, Manual mode, Macro mode, Panorama mode, and a video mode that records videos at 1080p resolution at 30 fps.


The new Motorola e7 Power comes with an impressive battery power of 5,000mAh. The battery is long-lasting and while testing its longevity we found out that the battery can last a day easily with moderate use. To charge the phone it has a 10W Charger which charges the phone completely within few hours. The Type-C port makes it a worth deal too in its segment which is a rarity.


The Motorola e7 Power constitutes the elements of being a complete smartphone in the budget segment such as a high capacity battery backup, dual rear lenses, and a huge sized display. At Rs7,499, the moto e7 Power beats its rivals with clean performance and yes of course, the Type-C charging port availability makes it even more desirable. The smartphone suffices the ongoing demand of e-learning and online classes with its features.

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