Here we have the Moto E7 an affordable option from Motorola that promises a good experience with night shots, a scenario where the rivals always struggle. Does it have a good set and is it worth saving or is it better to invest in the Plus variant Let’s check It out The Moto E7 is almost identical to the Plus model. They have similar measurements, but the more advanced brother is chubby and heavier due to the larger battery.. The front part has a drop shaped notch, while the rear features, a centralized block that houses two cameras and an LED flash.. The E7 was launched in two versions here in Brazil.. The simplest model is found in gray or green, while the more complete variant with double the memory comes in gray or copper.. The body of the device is made of rigid plastic and has small lines that make it less slippery.. The structure has a concentric circular pattern that refracts light from the camera module. When looking from different angles, we see an effect of light beams being fired from all sides.. It is a simple yet attractive. Design., The biometric reader is located on the Motorola logo on the back.. It responds well, despite having a small delay in unlocking. On the right side, we have the power button and volume control, while on the left side, there is a button dedicated to the Google assistant.. The headphone jack is at the top and different from the E7 Plus.
This one has USB C. The Moto E7 has a 6.5quot IPS LCD screen and HD resolution is basically the same panel adopted in the Plus variant. The brightness level is decent and at the category level., The contrast is high to guarantee vibrant colors and slightly grayish black.. The biggest difference we have seen is the calibration. The E7 has well cooler colors, which makes the bluish white Overall it’s a good screen and standard 20 9 makes the basics of good Motorola for movies and also to watch TudoCelular’s videos.. The Moto E7 speaker is at the rear, as seen in other previous company basics.. It is a bad position, since it will easily drown out when it is left on the table or on the couch and with the audio being played on the opposite direction of the user. You will have a very limited immersive experience. And the sound quality. Well, the sound is even more powerful than that of the Plus variant, but it also causes an exaggeration in the treble.. The E7 guarantees a good sound experience with videos just not expect the same with music. It comes with an earphone in the box that helps to reduce the problem, but it could be a more comfortable one., While the Plus variant comes equipped with the Snapdragon 450 chipset. The simplest model brings the Helio G25.. Does this impact performance? The model we tested has only 2 GB of RAM, and this will probably be the best selling.
Because it has little memory, it struggles to hold open applications. In the background and in our speed test, it took twice as long as the E7 Plus to open a dozen applications.. If you are the type to use multiple applications. At the same time, then, we recommend paying a little extra to have twice as much RAM and internal storage. And in benchmarks. The E7 is slightly below in some tests, but for some reason he was unable to run AnTuTu.. The same happened with the Asphalt 9 game. When we download the game directly from the Play Store. The message is given that the application is not compatible with the device. Other games ran with a bit of lag, but nothing that will hinder the gameplay.. It is good to remember that the E7 is a basic device and it is limited to running everything at a minimum.. The E7 comes with a 4000 mAh battery that manages to make the device spend all day away from plugs., no matter how much he has 1000 mAh more than his big brother. The difference in autonomy is not big.. Now, if you are looking for a cell phone to recharge every two days or spend a weekend away from home and not worry about taking the charger, it is better to consider another basic one like its rival Galaxy A02s.. The advantage of the E7 is in the recharge time, not that its battery goes from 0 to 100 in agile time, but considering that it is still common to see incoming cell phones take three hours or more to recharge.
It is a positive point to see Motorola’s make that in two hours., A quick charge of 15 minutes recovers 12 of the battery, which reaches 26 in half an hour, which should already guarantee an extra breath for a few hours of use.. Motorola has been disappointing in software support with a number of outdated devices and a highly challenged security package.. This is the case of the E7 that comes out of the box with Android 10 and is currently with a January security patch.. When will it be updated to Android 11? There is no right date. And if you are a fan of Motorola because of the gestures found on the Moto G line, then you will be disappointed to know that the E7 only has a gesture to turn on the flashlight when shaking the cell phone.. The shortcut to open the camera is on the power button. When you press it twice. The software lacks optimization and is slower than we are used. To. Even basic Samsung cell phones with many more embedded features, can deliver a more agile and fluid experience.. The E7 and E7 Plus share not only the same number of cameras, but the 48 MP sensor is the same in both. The difference is that the secondary of the Plus is dedicated for background blur, while that of the E7 brings a macro. Lens. Do not expect the same quality as the MediaTek hardware suffers more to process the captured images.
. Still, the Moto E7 is capable of taking good pictures. On sunny days. You will have a good level of detail, vibrant colors and little noise., And even without a dedicated camera for blurring, it is still possible to have a good portrait effect.. It is enough for the sun to set and the photos will come out dark. There is a night mode that makes the E7 differentiate itself from its rivals, even though the mode is not as good as that of models in the Moto G line, it is still able to help lighten the photos, however, in some cases results in slightly distorted colors.. The macro is the big problem here, as your focus is fixed, you will need to register several photos until you get the correct distance or everything will come out. Blurry.. The low resolution also quite limits the ability to capture small details, and if you want to shoot something far away, then it is better not to choose the Moto E7., Its digital zoom compromises the result a lot and we have bad photos.. The resolution of the front camera is lower compared to the E7 Plus and with this it records worse selfies, but is still capable of capturing good photos in well lit places. At night, selfies have a high level of noise and a considerable drop in sharpness.. The camcorder records videos in Full HD at a maximum of 30 fps.. The quality of the footage is decent, but the videos are shaky due to the lack of electronic stabilization.
. At least the focus is not as slow as we have seen in others at Motorola.. The front also shoots in Full HD at 30 fps, but presents a sharp drop in quality and fluidity when recording night videos.. Another disappointing point is that the Moto E7 captures only mono audio.. Is it worth buying the Moto E7, or do you have better options? The Galaxy A02s delivers better performance, its battery lasts longer, however, it has more limited. Cameras. Samsung’s model owes a digital reader which may be missed by many. worth saving, or is the Moto E7 Plus more business. The most expensive model is superior in performance, battery and cameras. Besides the two are similar, but as the difference is small in price, perhaps it is a better purchase to bet on the more expensive one.. Overall, the Moto E7 is a device with more cons than pros., Despite having a good screen and being able to record good photos, Motorola’s basics slip in performance and suffer from incompatibility with some applications and games.. It is good to remember that the model we are using is the most basic with only 2 GB of RAM and that the most expensive version with double the memory should suffer less in multi tasking. But then it will be necessary to pay almost R 1000 for it and in that price range we already have the Moto G9 Play, which is much better.. What would be a fair value for the Moto E7, A maximum of R 600.
Paying more than R 800, for it is not worth it as there are better options in the national market. And, of course, we help. You find the best deals for the E7 and all the other models mentioned in this review. You just need to click on the links. Below. Take the opportunity to comment what you think of the Moto E7.