Moto G7 has appeared on the Web with some CAD-based renders as well as a video, soon after its Moto G7 specifications leaked lately. The Moto G7 renders, and the video shows its waterdrop display notch. The same was also spotted in a leaked image a few days back. Moreover, the leaks also show that there is the dual rear camera setup with a bump and housing an LED flash module. The rear of the Moto G7 has a Motorola’s batwing logo. This is likely to hold a fingerprint scanner below it. The fingerprint scanner looks similar to the Motorola One Power. Even after the latest renders and so many leaks before, the Moto G7 may not debut anytime this year. Moto G7 is speculated to launch sometime in 2019 with four different models.
The video and renders, with courtesy to OnLeaks, collaborated with MySmartPrice, show off the design of the phone. The Moto G7 may be distinguished from Moto G6 launched this year. This is primarily due to the waterdrop notch design. The display notch present in the phone is likely to help the Moto G7 offer a larger screen-to-body ratio compared its predecessor. Nevertheless, it has a prominent chin in the bottom carrying the Motorola branding.
Moto G7 Specifications
The rear side of Moto G7 comes with a glossy finish. It houses a dual rear camera setup which may have a 16 MP primary sensor and a 5 MP secondary sensor. An LED flash module accompanies the setup. Rumours show the presence of a 3.5mm headphone jack in the Moto G7. Further, there is a USB Type-C port alongside the loudspeaker grill. The Moto G7 measures will be 157 x 75.3 x 8 mm. however, its camera bump will make it 9.5 mm thick overall.
The recent reports mention that the Moto G7 standard version will feature a 6.4-inch full-HD+ display. It will feature a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. The Moto G7 may have an octa-core SoC Snapdragon 660 with 4 GB RAM. Also, the device may have a 64 GB of onboard storage, 12-megapixel selfie camera, and a 3,500mAh battery.