The TodoCelular has already included the reviews of the Moto G7 in combination with G7 Plus and also the G7 Power variant that takes the battery home. There was no question of the simplest and cheapest of the quartet, the G7 Play.
The model developed for those looking for a compact smarphone is also the one that offers less hardware. But can you have satisfying experiences? Is the three thousand milliampere battery sufficient to provide good autonomy? And we tested the device to tell you.
In short, the Moto G7 Play delivers a good battery life, comfortable grip and chip drawer with space for three cards. The performance is satisfactory for its price range, while the camera is usually missing in low light. And it's also not very good at video recording. Selfish is another serious problem.
The screen is great for the small body of the G7 Play, and delivers a reasonable quality, but the brightness is uncomfortable in extreme situations in a lot of light or dark environments.
Anyway, the device is not worth the $ 999 suggested at release, but has already been reduced to around $ 850 and has almost an interesting value. Up to $ 800 you can think of paying, because it would be a two-year handset in basic use without presenting problems.
You can view more information about our analysis in the video above or by reading the full text on the link below.