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Motorola Moto E7i Power

Specifications

Motorola Moto E7i Power
Motorola Moto E7i Power (Moto E Series)
Processor
UNISOC SC9863A 8 x 1.2 - 1.6 GHz, Cortex-A55
Graphics adapter
Memory
2048 MB 
Display
6.50 inch 20:9, 1600 x 720 pixel 270 PPI, capacitive touchscreen, IPS, glossy: yes, 60 Hz
Storage
32 GB eMMC Flash, 32 GB 
, 24 GB free
Connections
1 USB 2.0, Audio Connections: 3.5mm audio jack, Card Reader: microSD up to 1 TB, shared, 1 Fingerprint Reader, Brightness Sensor, Sensors: acceleration sensor, proximity sensor
Networking
802.11 b/g/n (b/g/n = Wi-Fi 4), Bluetooth 4.2, Dual SIM, LTE, GPS
Size
height x width x depth (in mm): 9 x 165 x 76 ( = 0.35 x 6.5 x 2.99 in)
Battery
5000 mAh
Operating System
Android 10
Camera
Primary Camera: 13 MPix f/​2.0, phase comparison-AF, LED-flash, Videos @1080p/​30fps (Camera 1); 2.0MP, f/​2.4, macro lens (Camera 2)
Secondary Camera: 5 MPix f/​2.2, Videos @1080p/​30fps
Additional features
Speakers: mono speaker, Keyboard: virtual keyboard, charger, USB cable, 24 Months Warranty, FM radio, IP52-certified, SAR: 0.27 W/kg (head), 1.75 W/kg (body), fanless
Weight
200 g ( = 7.05 oz / 0.44 pounds) ( = 0 oz / 0 pounds)
Price
97 Euro

 

Pricecompare

Average Score: 70.64% - average
Average of 5 scores (from 4 reviews)
price: - %, performance: 26%, features: 34%, display: 82% mobility: 90%, workmanship: 76%, ergonomy: 78%, emissions: 95%

Reviews for the Motorola Moto E7i Power

73.2% Motorola Moto E7i Power Smartphone review - Cell phone under 100 euros with stamina | Notebookcheck
The Motorola Moto E7i Power is available for a double-digit price, but the manufacturer did not save on the battery. We will take a closer look at whether Motorola's phone can also convince in other areas in the review.
100% Motorola E7i Power review: Astonishing value for money
Source: Expert Reviews English
When the Nokia 1.4 was launched back in May it was by some margin the best smartphone you could easily buy in the UK and get change from £100. The Motorola, however, has it beaten: it’s cheaper, faster, can record higher resolution video and has a type-C rather than microUSB connector. If you expect any more for £80 you’re being unrealistic. As a second or backup phone the E7i is perfect, but more than that I think it would easily satisfy the day-to-day needs of a large percentage of today's smartphone users. The Moto G is back in full force.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 11/04/2021
Rating: Total score: 100%
60% Moto e7i Power review
Source: Tech Advisor English
It’s hard to find anything beyond the price point that’s particularly noteworthy about the Moto e7i Power, but perhaps that’s the point. Motorola’s effort might be one of the cheapest smartphones on the market now, and we much prefer it to the painfully hamstrung Nokia 1.3 or even the ever-so-slightly more expensive Nokia 2.4, both of which offer worse cameras and much slower performance. Still, with the likes of the Poco X3 NFC available for around £100 more and offering a much better camera, brighter screen, and drastically increased performance, it’ll all come down to your budget. If you can't afford anything more expensive, the e7i Power has a big screen and good battery life. You'll need to be ok with its basic resolution, cameras and other specs but it's still one of the best phones under £100.
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 09/23/2021
Rating: Total score: 60%
60% Motorola Moto E7i Power Review
Source: Trusted Reviews English
The Motorola Moto E7i Power is one of the cheapest mainstream phones we’ve seen in some time, but that needs to be weighed against a correspondingly limited offering. For half the price of a Moto G30, you’re getting a 6.51-inch 720p LCD display, a 13MP camera, a Unisoc SC9863A processor, and a 5000 mAh battery. For non-techies, battery aside, these specs aren’t competitive with most of the best cheap phones we’ve tested this year. But, for smartphone first-timers, parents looking for a cheap phone for young kids and those on a seriously strict budget, the Moto E7i Power is just about as solid a bet as you’ll get for less than £100.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 08/03/2021
Rating: Total score: 60%
60% Moto E7i Power review
Source: Techradar English
The main selling point of the Moto E7i Power is its price – and everything else is built around that. It's by no means a great phone, but it does offer a decent value for money proposition if you're on a tight budget and want as much bang for your buck as possible.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 07/27/2021
Rating: Total score: 60%

Comment

PowerVR GE8322 / IMG8322: Entry level graphics card based on the PowerVR Rogue architecture with support for OpenGL ES 3.2 and Vulkan 1.1.

Only some 3D games with very low demands are playable with these cards.

» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Graphics Cards and the corresponding Benchmark List.


SC9863A: Entry level octa core SoC with 8 ARM Cortex-A55 cores in two clusters. One performance cluster with up to 1.6 GHz and a efficiency cluster with up to 1.2 GHz. The SoC also integrates an LTE modem, a IMG8322 GPU and 1080p video support.» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Processsors.


6.50":

Only a few smartphones have larger screens.
Large display-sizes allow higher resolutions. So, details like letters are bigger. On the other hand, the power consumption is lower with small screen diagonals and the devices are smaller, more lightweight and cheaper.

» To find out how fine a display is, see our DPI List.


0.2 kg:

Only few smartphones are more lightweight than this.


Motorola: The original company Motorola Inc was split in 2011. Motorola Mobility got the smartphone range and was taken over by Google in 2012 and by Lenovo in 2014. The Motorola smartphone brand continues for the time being. There are still a lot of reviews on Motorola Mobiles with average ratings.


70.64%: This rating is bad. Most notebooks are better rated. This is not a recommendation for purchase.


» Further information can be found in our Notebook Purchase Guide.

 

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TCL L10 Pro
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realme Narzo 50i
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Nokia C30
GE8322 / IMG8322, SC9863A
Nokia C20 Plus
GE8322 / IMG8322, SC9863A
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GE8322 / IMG8322, SC9863A
ZTE Blade A71
GE8322 / IMG8322, SC9863A
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GE8322 / IMG8322, unknown
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GE8322 / IMG8322, SC9863A
Alcatel 1SE
GE8322 / IMG8322, SC9863A
ZTE Blade A7s 2020
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PowerVR GE8320, unknown, 6.50", 0.203 kg
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Mali-G52 MP2, Tangula T700, 6.50", 0.198 kg
Motorola Moto G71 5G
Adreno 619, unknown, 6.40", 0.179 kg
Motorola Moto G200 5G
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Motorola Moto G51
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Motorola Moto G31
Mali-G52 MP2, Mediatek Helio G85, 6.40", 0.181 kg
Motorola Moto G Pure
PowerVR GE8320, Mediatek Helio G Helio G25, 6.50", 0.18 kg
Motorola Moto E20
Mali-G57 MP2, T606, 6.50", 0.184 kg
Motorola Moto E40
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Motorola Moto G40 Fusion
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Motorola Edge 20 Fusion
Mali-G57 MP3, Dimensity 800U, 6.70", 0.185 kg
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Stefan Hinum (Update: 2021-09-28)