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Here's some info/reviews on the new G7 midrange series by Moto:




**NOTE**:  Apparently the G7 Plus won't be available in the US

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What a waste of material.  A low end processor, ugly design, and a notched display.  Next!

I'll stick with my Z3, thank you.

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Seem to work just fine better then my g4play

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