Deal: Battery champ Motorola Moto G7 Power is up to $100 cheaper at Best Buy

Deal: Battery champ Motorola Moto G7 Power is up to $100 cheaper at Best Buy
Shortly after releasing the Moto G7, Motorola is now getting ready to launch another new smartphone in the US: the Moto G7 Power, pictured above. Compared to the regular G7, which costs $299.99, the G7 Power is priced at $249.99, offers a lower resolution display, and is considerably thicker. At the same time, this cheaper Moto phone comes with an important advantage - a huge 5,000 mAh battery that lasts much longer than the 3,000 mAh battery of the normal G7.

If you're thinking of purchasing the Moto G7 Power, you should know that Best Buy lets you save up to $100 on it, as it's going to sell the device for as low as $149.99 instead of $249.99. The biggest discount ($100 off) is applied only if you activate the phone on Sprint. If you want to activate the handset on Verizon or AT&T, it'll cost $199.99 ($50 off). In both cases, activation won't change the unlocked nature of the G7 Power.

Best Buy already lets you pre-order the Moto G7 Power, saying it will release it on March 22. That's also when Motorola itself wants to start selling the smartphone, one week after opening pre-orders.

Pre-order the Moto G7 Power at Best Buy

Similar to the Moto G7 (and the G7 Play that's also coming soon to the US), the Motorola Moto G7 Power runs near stock Android 9 Pie. The handset features a 6.2-inch IPS display with 720 x 1570 pixels, fingerprint scanner, splash-resistance, a decent Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor, 3 GB of RAM, and 32 GB of expandable storage space. But it's the 5,000 mAh built-in battery that represents this phone's highlight feature - it lasts longer than the batteries of all other smartphones we've ever tested and can keep the device on for up to three days on a single charge (with moderate use).

In case you're looking for more in-depth details on this new Android smartphone made by Motorola, you should read our Moto G7 Power review.

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