Moto G7 with Waterdrop Notch Display Leaked in Press Renders

Back in August, we have seen live images of the upcoming Moto G7 surfacing online and we have also seen a few renders last month. Now we have something official, as the first press renders of the Moto G7 have surfaced. The device has been certified by FCC with the model number XT-1965 which confirms few keys specs of the handset. Moto G series has always bought good market for Motorola and the upcoming handset will be the successor of the Moto G6. The device might be available in Red, Black, and Silver color variants and could get official early next year.

The Moto G7 is said to be sporting a glass back like its predecessor and will following its tradition, the fingerprint sensor is placed on the back of the handset, embedded inside the company’s logo. The speaker grills are on the bottoms and will have USB Type-C connecting port. The device is also rumored to come with 6-inch Display with 2340 x 1080 FHD+ display. This Dual SIM variant is also expected to come with Android 9.0 Pie operating system out of the box and will also get further updates when available.

Under the hood, it is confirmed to get a Snapdragon 660 14nm SoC with four of its cores clocked at 2.2 GHz while the other four clocking at 1.8GHz which are intern coupled with Adreno 512 GPU and 4GB of RAM. There will be 16MP main camera sensor on the rear with Dual LED flash and which will be accompanied by a 5MP secondary camera. On the front, we can see a 12MP camera and the fingerprint sensor is placed on the rear. The device also features a Water Notch Display and be measuring 156.86 mm × 75.4 mm x 8mm in dimensions.

There will be a 3000mAh battery on the back to power the Moto G7 and it might also be supporting fast charging technology. We can expect to be in the leaks for the next few weeks until it gets official. Nothing is known about the pricing as of now, which be known when the device is unveiled by the company. Comment in the section below if you have more queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more.

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