Moto G4 Plus receiving Android 8.1 Oreo update

Ceria Alfonso
Febrero 12, 2019

There are many changes that the new update will bring to Moto G4 Plus. But for many years, Motorola has been working to release successful and affordable phones out there, the Moto G series.

Since their first appearance around the world in 2013, the Moto G handsets have taken on market leaders Samsung and Apple with smartphones that offer competitive and compelling features at prices that have been lower than competing flagship phones from Samsung and Apple.

Beyond that, the devices vary in size and build quality. The G7 Play is a rather dainty device, weighing just 151g and having a 5.7-inch 1512 x 720 display and plastic black cover. INR 17,999). Finally, we have the Moto G7 Play which costs $199 (approx.

The phone has 6.2 inches display. This gives the Play a sleek and compact feel, and it won't take up too much space in the pocket. But for that extra money, you get a significantly larger 6.2-inch 2270 x 1080 screen (versus the the G6's 5.7-inch display), a nifty teardrop notch, Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor, and 4GB of RAM and 64GB of base storage, which is the same amount of memory and storage as what you get in a Galaxy S9. The G7 weighs 172g, while the G7 Plus weighs 176g.

Next comes the G7 Power, which like the standard G7 sports a Gorilla Glass rear panel and a 6.2-inch display, though the Power's screen features a somewhat disappointing 1520 x 720 resolution. Its increased size means it'll be less manageable for those will smaller hands.

Following closely after the G7 is the $249 G7 Power.

The G7 is also the only member of the family to sport dual-rear cameras, which is a nice bonus.

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The G7 Play also includes a 3,000mAh battery, a 13-megapixel rear main camera, an 8-megapixel front camera, a USB-C port and water repellency. The selfie camera makes use of a 12MP sensor.

The Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Power and Moto G7 Play are all variations on a theme. The first thing you will notice is that there is intuitive navigation as well as a Recent App feature. Hence, if sheer battery life is what you seek in a phone, the G7 is your option. The handset includes a massive 5,000mAh battery that promises power for up to 60 hours on a single charge.

We'll be sure to scrutinize these claims in our in-depth review, but 5000mAh should be enough for even the most demanding power user.

The Moto G7 Power has the largest battery of the pack. Much better screenshots are also a part of Android Pie thanks to the virtual screenshot shortcut and button. The Power's extended battery life is its only unique selling point though, so if endurace isn't a concern then this likely isn't the phone for you. Look for all three G7 phones to go on sale sometime in March. Regardless, all four G7 models offer dedicated microSD card slots for storage expansion up to 512GB.

Each device supports microSD cards up to 512GB, so you can expand your storage, which you'll nearly certainly want to do if you go for one of the 32GB options.

So, although they are quite similar to the previous models, it seems that Moto will once again maintain control over the low budget phone market with the new G7 family. Only the G7 and G7 Plus have near-field communication, however, so if you're going to be relying on your mobile for contactless payments you'll need these devices.

Now that we talked about Moto Z3 Play's latest operating system update, let's check out some of the smartphone's highlight hardware specs so that we can see what makes it so popular.

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