Moto G7 Power India pricing revealed ahead of official launch

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Update: We’ve gotten yet another confirmation from the brand that there would be a 4GB + 64GB model available in India starting tomorrow only in Black. It will be available in both offline and online on Flipkart. 

Last week, Motorola unveiled its G7 series of smartphones at an event in Brazil. But, the company has bypassed a formal launch in India and unveiled the pricing of the new Moto G7 Power. The 4GB + 64GB configuration model of the Moto G7 Power is believed to be priced at Rs 13,999 (MOP). 

Also read: Moto G7, Moto G7 Play, Moto G7 Power and Moto G7 Plus officially launched; pricing and availability

Moto G7 Power price in India

A Mumbai-based retailer, Mahesh Telecom tweeted G7 Power’s MRP in India, which is Rs 15,999. Not only that, but the retailer is also going to post the unboxing and first impressions of the phone today at 1:45 PM. But, Motorola has denied the pricing as stated by Mahesh Telecom.

Motorola usually releases it’s handsets in partnership with Flipkart, as far as the track record is concerned. But it looks like, the company may start pushing for offline retail, right from the start. Probably because of the change in FDI policy in India.

Moto G7 Power specs

The Moto G7 Power is powered by Snapdragon 632 processor. The processor is coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, the pricing for which has been revealed by the company.

As for the cameras, you get a single lens 12MP shooter with f/2.0 aperture lens and an 8MP selfie snapper. The highlight of the device is its 5000mAh capacity battery, which is similar to the Moto One Power. It will be introducing the notch design on a 6.2-inch HD+ screen with a 19:9 aspect ratio for the first time on a Motorola phone.

Would you buy a Moto G7 Power in India at the Rs 13,999 pricing? Let us know in the comment section below.


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