Motorola Moto G7 Power Review

Motorola’s Moto G7 Power is a budget phone that offers a lot of value for the price. It has a big screen, a good camera, and exceptional battery life.

The Moto G7 Power’s most significant selling point is its 5000mAh battery that can last for days without charging, so it’s the perfect choice for anyone who cares about staying powered up.


Motorola’s Moto G7 Power delivers one of the best Android phones for battery life. Its massive 5,000mAh battery outlasts the Honor 10 Lite and the Xiaomi Mi 8 Lite while keeping up with flagships regarding everyday mid-level use.

We’ve seen two-day stamina on this phone – and even a week on standby – in everyday use, which is incredibly impressive for this price point. We’ve also been able to recharge it from empty in under two hours, thanks to the included TurboPower charger.

Stuffing a massive battery into a phone means it’s also pretty thick and heavy, with the Power tipping the scales at 193g. It’s not the lightest device we’ve used, but at this price point, it feels pretty solid.


The Motorola Moto G7 Power is a great budget phone that offers unbeatable battery life and bloat-free software. There’s a large display, expandable storage, and enough processing power to tackle most things.

The Moto G7 Power sports a 6.2-inch screen with a 720 x 1570 pixels resolution. While it’s not as sharp as the Full HD screen in the more expensive Moto G7, the pixel density is still quite good, and the colours are rich and punchy.

The screen is also very bright and has no pixelation problem, making for a highly crisp display. However, the resolution isn’t everything, and not every app or video will look as good at this res as it would on a higher-priced phone.


If you’re a budget-minded smartphone buyer that doesn’t need the latest and greatest but wants a solid phone with a battery that lasts all day, then the Motorola Moto G7 Power is a great choice. It’s a well-rounded device with a simple software experience and a great selection of features among this class’s best.

The Moto G7 Power takes good photos in daylight, delivering a lot of detail with dynamic range enhancement and punchy colour that’s very impressive for this price. However, it suffers from poor bokeh and little detail in low-light shots.


The Motorola Moto G7 Power is one of the least expensive phones in this year’s line-up, and it offers a great combination of performance and battery life. It’s also a good choice for people who like their devices to look clean and uncluttered, as it runs Android 9 Pie with next to no bloatware to slow it down.

The Moto G7 Power is powered by a 14nm Snapdragon 632 processor and comes with 3GB of RAM, which should be more than enough for most tasks. However, it’s not the fastest processor in this class, and you’ll find that it doesn’t run some of the latest games as smoothly as other budget phones.

The Moto G7 Power’s camera isn’t the best in this price range, but it performs well on bright and dark backgrounds, with decent image quality overall. That includes impressive bokeh in portraits, though you won’t get anything close to the f/1.8 of the iPhone X or the f/2.4 of the Pixel 3.


The G7 Power is a fine example of Motorola’s ability to balance features and performance with elegant simplicity. It’s one of the best-value phones on the market and will likely remain our recommended budget choice for 2019.

Moto Actions make navigating your device a breeze: you can lift to unlock, gently twist your wrist to open the camera, or tap with three fingers to take a screenshot.

You can swipe on your screen to access the app drawer or use the traditional Android navigation bar. Either option is practical and comfortable to use.