The G6 generation was fairly conservative with 16:9 screens and chipsets that didn’t cut it for a 2018 mid-ranger (the vanilla G6 had a Snapdragon 450!). That’s not how you fend off Xiaomi and company.
Motorola’s new Moto G7 quartet feels decidedly more modern – in fact quite competitive. We’ll leave the details for the hands-on review, here we’ll just focus on the key strengths and weaknesses because we worry these are too close in terms of specs and price to all succeed on the market.
The Moto G7 Plus is clearly the top dog in this family. It features a 16+5MP dual camera with OIS and…