The Qualcomm Snapdragon 625-powered Motorola One is now finally reaching India alongside the Moto G7, which has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 inside. Both handsets have been around for a while in other areas, but Indian customers now get both of them running Android Pie out of the box.
Motorola is now finally bringing two affordable mid-range handsets to India, both of which have been available in other markets for a while. These handsets are the Moto G7 and Motorola One, and the only difference is that now both will hit the Indian market with Android 9.0 Pie onboard (the Motorola One made its debut last November loaded with Android 8.1 Oreo).
Specs-wise, there is nothing special about the two aforementioned handsets. In case you missed them so far, these are their highlights:
Moto G7: Qualcomm Snapdragon 632, 6.2-inch full HD+ display, 12 + 5 MP main camera, 8 MP selfie shooter, 3,000 mAh battery
Both handsets come with 4 GB of memory and 64 GB of internal storage. Those interested to purchase them in India can do so via Flipkart for around US$247 (Moto G7) and US$203 (Motorola One). The only color choices available are Clear White and Ceramic Black.
Sadly, there is little room for these two handsets in India. While there is nothing really wrong with them, the sub-US$250 area of the Indian smartphone market is dominated by various Xiaomi, Nokia, and Asus handsets that offer a better bang for the buck ratio (Redmi Note 7 Pro, 6.1 Plus, ZenFone Max M2, and so on).
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