The set of module and connectivity options in the G7 Plus model is complete. From wireless option we can mention Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi in the 802.11 b/g/n/ac standard (it works in 2.4 and 5 GHz channels), LTE cat. 13, NFC and navigation system that uses GPS, GLONASS and Galileo. Physical sockets and connectors consist of 3.5mm minijack, USB type C for charging and data transfer and a slot for a memory card and two SIM cards in the nano size – there is no hybrid solution, so each card has a separate slot.
Thanks to the active noise reduction voice calls are not problematic. Interlocutors heard me loud and clear even when the call was taken in a rather noisy surroundings. The smartphone can use two SIM cards and each can use LTE. It supports VoLTE and Wi-Fi calling as well, we can adjust the usage mode of SIM cards (intelligent, division to private and business ones and a manual mode) as well.
Memory and efficiency
64 GB of internal memory is an appropriate amount for a middle-shelf smartphone (though no one would complain if it had twice as much). In practice, after running the phone for the first time, the user is left with around 50.5GB – the rest is taken by the system and preinstalled apps. That is why it is worth using the microSD cards socket. First, it supports drives of up to 512 GB, and second the memory drive has a separate slot which does not disturb using two SIM cards at one.
The computing power is provided by Qualcomm snapdragon 636 with Adreno 509 GPU, supported by 4GB of RAM. In an everyday usage this configuration is impeccable, it ensures smooth and fast work of the system, it quickly runs apps, it fully supports multitasking and multimedia usage. In these usages we will not see any slow-downs or lags – only when we are going to run more demanding titles we are going to see the border of Moto G7 Plus efficiency. Lacks in frames can sometimes occur in titles like Real Racing 3 or Asphalt 9. I have noticed that the smartphone sometimes needs a moment to rescale photos in the gallery and load their miniatures.
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