Moto G7, a $300 smartphone, can easily outclass the expensive Mate 20 Pro

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February 12, 2019
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Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro can easily be listed as one of the best smartphones currently available on the market, however, the smartphone is in for a head-to-head competition with a much cheaper smartphone.

The Mate 20 Pro was launched at the end of last year and the smartphone comes with amazing features. The smartphone features a 6.39 inch OLED display, a powerful octa-core Kirin 980 processor, the innovative ability to charge other devices through reverse wireless charging, among many other cool specs. It also comes with a whopping 4,200 mAh battery that can last up to two days of usage. With all that said, the smartphone costs around $1,150.

However, the Mate 20 Pro is in for a strong competition coming from a smartphone that costs $300. Motorola has launched its G7 series including budget smartphones like the Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Play, and the Moto G7 Power.

The Moto G7 Power comes with a huge battery of 5,000 mAh, and the company claims that the smartphone offers 2.5 days of usage on a single charge. It also supports a 6.2 inch LCD screen that is not better than the OLED display that Mate 20 Pro offers.

However, if users are not looking for features superior to the Mate 20 Pro, then the G7 Power can be one of the best budget options available. The smartphone comes with a 3 GB of RAM, Android 9.0 out of the box, Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 octa-core processor. However, unlike the Mate 20 Pro, it has only one rear camera and a fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone. The smartphone is also not water resistant, while the Mate 20 Pro is IP68 water resistant.

Motorola’s G7 family brings a mix of specs and price points for users to choose from and can pose serious competition for high-end smartphones like the Mate 20 Pro.

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