Motorolla has made the Moto E7 Plus smartphone official in Brazil. Like other Eseries smartphones, this device comes with entry-level spec sheet headlined by the Snapdragon 460, a 48MP primary camera and a 5,000 mAh battery.
A 6.5-inch HD+ LCD houses the device with a waterdrop notch cutout for its 8MP selfie camera. The back houses a square setup with a 48MP primary camera and a 2MP depth helper. There’s also an LED flash at the top and a capacitive fingerprint scanner below.
The Android 10-running phone has a Snapdragon 460 alongside 4GB RAM handling all of its multitasking. At the same time, there’s a 64GB internal storage capacity with an option to expand via a microSD.
The Moto E7 device available in navy blue and amber bronze colours features a 5000mAh battery cell that charges at just 10W over microUSB. Motorola claims for it to last up to two days without a single charge. The starting price of this device should be around N72,000.