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Motorola Moto G7 Plus
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Plus model in the G7 family

Sound

A sort of stereo system is used for playing sound. It uses the external speaker placed on the lower edge and the speaker for calls, placed in the cavity above the display. Of course these two sound sources are not equally loud, but they offer a form of a stereo sound. The quality of sound is an advantage, I assess it positively both when using speakers and earphones. From the software side we can underline the presence of the Dolby Atmos system, in which the user can choose one of modes (Smart audio, Music, Film) or select our own (Custom). There is an enhanced FM radio app with RDS, thanks to which we can record broadcasts to the AAC format.


Photos and video

The main camera covers 16-megapixel main sensor and an f/1.7 brightness lens with optical image stabilization and additional, 5-megapixel one for measuring depth. For a middle-shelf camera this is a configuration, which ensures really good quality of daytime photos, but it is decent for taking photos in poorly lighted rooms and after sunsets when, despite noises, photos remain relatively clear. The problem can occur when we are trying to achieve sharp photos of moving objects in weaker lighting, when the camera work is noticeably slower.

Still, the camera is one of the most important difference between the base Moto G7 model and Moto G7 Plus, which has a higher resolution of both cameras, optical image stabilization and a slightly brighter lens. It translates to better and more detailed photos and smoother video recordings, especially in 4K.

Here are photography results:


The app is rather friendly, though it has a lot options, which could have been more at hand, and the manufacturer has hidden them in settings, to which we can get to by opening the window with modes selection. In the main app panel there are icons for HDR, LED flash, timer, moving photos and switching to the manual mode, in which we can save photos in RAW format (DNG). Modes that we can use in camera settings, cover manual mode, Portrait, Cutout, Spot colour (only one selected colour remains), Cinemagraph, Panorama, Live filter, Slow motion, Timelaps and AR stickers. The app works with Google Lens for recognizing objects in photos and reading QR codes.


The front camera has 13 megapixels, beautifying mode, HDR and manual mode, in addition we can record videos in the maximum resolution of 4K. Results of its work can be uploaded to your social media profiles without any shame.


Videos can be recorded in the maximum resolution of 4K. There is the possibility of recording in Full HD with 60 frames per second, but we can only use the image stabilization after switching to 30 frames. Here are video recording results:


Motorola Moto G7 Plus - sample videos in Full HD
video: GSMchoice.com, via YouTube

Motorola Moto G7 Plus - sample video in 4K
video: GSMchoice.com, via YouTube

Source: GSMchoice.com

By: Mateusz Poniecki

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By: Jolanta Szczepaniak

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