Having introduced the Moto E7 Plus back in September on the Indian shores, the Lenovo-owned brand has now unveiled its toned-down version, dubbed the Moto E7. The two phones are quite similar, of course, but Motorola has made some changes to lower the cost of the vanilla E7.
The crucial differences that distinguish both the Moto E7 Plus and its vanilla version are the chipset and battery. The Moto E7 comes powered by a MediaTek Helio G25 chipset, coupled with 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage. Moreover, it packs a 4,000 mAh battery, which supports 10W charging speeds via USB-C.
Thankfully, the E7 is slightly thinner and lighter than its bigger sibling, but its back housing is still made out of textured plastic. Moreover, the phone packs a 6.5-inch LCD display with a resolution of 720 x 1,600 pixels. Besides that, there's a Dual-Camera setup at the back, comprising of a 48MP primary sensor along with a 2MP macro lens. A 5MP selfie shooter, on the other hand, is housed in a teardrop notch at the front.
The Moto E7 is coming to Europe starting next month with other regions to follow after. There's no word on either the pricing or when the smartphone will make its way to the Indian market. It is priced at €119.99 (roughly ₹10,551) for the sole 2GB+32GB version.