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Motorola Moto G7 alleged specs sheet suggests 6.4-inches display and Android Pie

04 October 2018 2

From the look of the things, Lenovo owned Motorola is working on the next-gen of Moto G-series phones. Recently we have the first leak which reveals the brand logos of G7 and G7 Plus. The report also confirmed the G-lineup devices will hit the market in the first half of next year. Today a new leak of Moto G7 appears online which allegedly reveals the complete specs sheet. The new leak suggests the display, chipset, battery and camera details.

As per leaked details the G7 will be featuring a 6.4-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. An Octa-core chipset is powering the device, however, the exact chipset details are still in dark. Most likely it will be the Qualcomm's Snapdragon 636 chipset.

The device has 4GB RAM and built-in native storage is 64GB. It also supports memory expansion up to 256GB via MicroSD. As OS it is pre-installed with Android Pie and supports Dual SIMs. Like most of the latest phones it comes with dual rear cameras, the primary sensor is 16MP whereas the secondary sensor is 5MP. Up front the selfie snapper is 12MP. It has the fingerprint scanner. A 3,500mAh battery cell is on board to keep its lights on and it also comes with Turbocharging support.

Considering the rumors and leaks start appearing, we can expect more details regarding the Moto G7 will appear in coming weeks.


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