Motorola’s latest lineup of budget-conscious smartphones includes four new devices: The Moto G7, Moto G7 Play, Moto G7 Plus, and the Moto G7 Power. The lineup of devices ranges from $199 to $299/€299 and are every bit what we’ve come to expect from a Motorola phone over the past few years. That is a high-end experience for a fraction of the price. ZDNet’s Sandra Vogel reviewed the Moto G7 Plus after its European launch in February and labeled it a “top-quality budget smartphone” thanks to its design, battery life, camera, and added Motorola features such as Moto Actions. The Moto G7 is similar to the G7 Plus, with the biggest differences being a 16MP camera on the Plus, with a 12MP camera for the standard G7. One other difference is the addition of NFC to the G7 Plus, while the G7 lacks the extra chip. It’s unfortunate the G7 Plus won’t be available in the US. I’ve spent the last few weeks testing the Moto G7, with plans to test the G7 Power next. The G7 is an excellent budget smartphone. Let’s take a closer look. Operating system: Android 9.0 PieDisplay: 6.2-inch, 2270*1080 (403 ppi)Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 octa-c...