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With the comeback of Motorola in Nepal, we are finally able to witness great budget phones such as Moto G9 Play and Moto E7 Plus. Previously, I was lucky enough to get my hands on G9 Play and the experience was amazing. This time around, extending my luck, I am sharing my experience with Moto E7 Plus through this Motorola Moto E7 Plus Review article.
|The Good||The Bad|
|Good Edge detection in Portrait Mode||Average 48MP Camera|
|Good Battery Backup||720p videos on YouTube aren’t that clear|
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The unboxing experience was as same as Moto G9 Play. Even the box is the same with just a change in name of the device. The design of the box is prepossessing and very modern. Just the way it should be.
Inside the box, you’ll get some paper works and manuals, E7 Plus itself, a high-quality data cable, and a 10W TurboPower Fast Charging supportive traveling adapter. Not to forget to mention, there’s a SIM toolkit ejector as well. However, there’s no earphone but its inclusion would have been great.
The Moto E7 Plus features a 6.5-inch Max Vision IPS LCD HD+ display is pretty good. The Water-drop notch never disturbs the viewing experience. Furthermore, even the display has a resolution of 1600x720p, the videos on YouTube don’t feel that clear. I put the videos in 720p which the highest resolution that the device offers, and I felt the videos were that much HD+.
However, the color situation and contrast on video and pictures are good. Shot photos and videos look good on the display as well as every other content does. Moreover, the scrolling is smooth as it could be. Getting a display like this in a budget phone is like having a blessing.
The design and build are as same as Moto G9 Play. While holding in hand, the build feels strong as well as comfortable. Buttons placement is traditional and is easy to reach. Furthermore, I really liked the little bit of texture the company gave to the power button.
Moreover, the device’s Water-repellent design made me worry less whenever I got some splashes of water onto the device accidentally. I got myself the Misty Blue color finished one which looked very contrasty and bold. Blue finish along with fading black gradient finish is just perfect. Furthermore, it’s a kind of matte-finished that gives a nice feeling when held.
When it comes to overall camera performance, it’s average. At first, hearing a 48MP Main sensor in a budget phone gave me chills. However, I found the camera performance to be average. However, Portrait Mode performs very well. The edge detection is impressive and controllable background blur density gives more room for creativity. All thanks to the 2MP Depth field sensor.
Night Mode is also average. The brightness is sometimes too much which the whole photo grainy. Furthermore, the colors don’t pop up because of low contrast and saturation. But when you snap in the night with standard mode, the color pops in lights thereby gives good shots. However, video stabilization while recording is good. Videos are well stabilized and recoding is fun.
Selfies come as same as Moto G9 Play. Both feature the same 8MP sensor, no wonder why they perform the same. Selfies come good and you can easily adjust AI beautification. Furthermore, you have features like Live and RAW Photo Output. You can ask for no more in a budget phone.
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This is where the E7 Plus impressed me the most. The performance is absolutely notch for a budget phone. Currently, E7 Plus maybe the phone in Nepal that comes under Rs. 17,000. Snapdragon 460 chipset promised 50 percent faster performance and it stood firm in the promise.
Furthermore, 600 Mhz Adreno 610 GPU handles graphic works as a warrior. Similarly, a 1.8 GHz octa-core Kyro 20 processor combines with 4GB RAM makes multitasking and switching between apps smooth. I played PES 2021 for almost an hour in standard graphics and still the device never heated. Not even a bit.
Then I shifted to PUBG and played TDM at Smooth Graphics in Highest Frame Rate, the result was the same. Furthermore, playing PUBG felt very smooth. There were no heating issues, no frame drops, no lags, and not anything negative. The adaptive performance as well as the good-sounding speakers further upheave the performance. Hands down the device perform like a beast. The performance of E7 Plus feels bestowed from the heavens.
Moreover, you get complete stock Android 10 experience in this device. This means there’s no bloatware and nothing useless preinstalled. Furthermore, the Moto app lets you personalize anything you want on the device. You can personalize gestures, colors used in icons, and everything else.
Full personalized control is all in your hand. The one thing I like the most is the Media control option that lets you change playing music by pressing volume buttons. That came in handy for me while listening to music. When turned on, I never had to turn on the screen and press next. That made everything easy and convenient whilst making me lazier.
Furthermore, 64GB storage feels plenty to store all the stuff. Plus, you can expand it up to 512GB via a microSD card. Sounds plenty over plenty for a normal person. You’ll never have problems when it comes to storage.
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During the Motorola Moto E7 Plus Review, the battery backup is another thing that I was impressed with. On normal use, the phone goes up to 2 days. In heavy use, you can go all day with no worries. During my experience, I didn’t use it too much so its power stayed up to three days straight.
I played PES 2021 for one hour with just 5 perfect of power. Furthermore, even if the device only supports 10W TurboPower Fast Charging, the device charges faster than Moto G9 Play. The battery went from 30 percent to 75 percent in one hour. That’s good.
For connectivity, you have a fast fingerprint reader, 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.0, and other common sensors. These important three things are just picture perfect. The fingerprint reader is speedy, the 3.5mm headphone jack is loved by music lovers as well as content consumers, and Bluetooth 5.0 fulfills connectivity needs.
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The Moto E7 Plus costs just Rs. 1500 less than Redmi 9 Prime that is also a value for money budget phone. However, Redmi 9 Prime features a higher resolution display along with a higher AI Quad rear camera. But both devices use a single 8MP camera on the front.
Redmi 9 Prime’s AI Quad Rear Camera uses 13MP Main Sensor, 8MP Ultra Wide Angle, 5MP Macro lens as well as 2MP Depth Sensor. Both devices feature 64GB internal storage with support to expand as well as 4GB RAM. Similarly, both device is fueled with a 5000mAh battery. However, Redmi 9 Prime supports 18W Fast Charging whereas E7 Plus has 10W TurboPower Fast Charging.
However, when it comes to performance and battery power backup, Moto E7 Plus wins the race. To sum up, both devices offer good features in their respective price. Buying either of them will be a good choice.
Motorola Moto E7 Plus review concludes as the best device you can buy right now at a price of Rs. 16,590 for the 4GB/64GB variant. Currently, it is the only variant available in Nepal.
What makes this device so great is its better performance, great battery power backup, good display, good speakers and its build. All positive aspects of the device covers all glitches thereby makes it a great device. If you are planning to get one device at that price, then we surely recommend it.
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Last but not least, What do think of the device? Would you buy Moto E7 Plus if you had Rs. 17,000 in your pocket or go for another device? Let us know your thoughts and opinion in the comment box down below. Hope this Motorola Moto E7 Plus Review article has been of great help to you. Peace Out.