I'm former Motorola phone user. More recently I've used phones like Samsung or the first iteration of Google pixel. which has developed a lousy battery life. I searched the net, of course, to find out about phones with better batteries and this Motorola MOTO G7 power came up often. none of the reviewers are thrilled with it's rear camera and neither am I. but it is adequate for grunt level photographs. no comparison to the pixel or to an Apple iPhone for instance. however, again adequate. this phone has a honking big screen which is a delight for my seventy-two-year-old eyes. it transitions from app to app very quickly and processes input quickly as well. the battery life, for me, has been extraordinary. I'm at the close of the second day on this charge and still have over 50% battery level left. this is more like an old flip phone, relative to battery life. my daughter and I compared it with her iPhone, a similar-sized phone, and she said that except for not being an Apple product it seemed very nice. isn't that special? reviewers talk about the screen not being as crisp as other phones, but, being elderly, I noticed no difference. movies and streaming television are crisp and clear, to me. photographs have all of their detail. not to be overlooked is the 64GB onboard storage. I supplemented this with a 128 GB micro SD card and just transferred about six gigs of music to it. what fun. movie storage will be excellent. anyhow, I find no real fault with this phone, the price point is wonderful, and I recommend it without reservation.
I should mention that this is a dual SIM phone. meaning that when we travel to Europe or elsewhere we can purchase a burner SIM card there and use the phone just like at home.