21 January 2019
The Moto G6 lineup was announced back in first half of this year. This year phones were quite special as Motorola brought few key changes to their traditional design. The G6 was the first phones of G-series with 2:1 display. The G6 lineup has trimmed bezels with a better screen-to-body ratio. Now as we are approaching towards the end of this year and the next year is just around the corner. The rumors regarding the G7 lineup start swirling.
Everyone is keen to know what Motorola is cooking inside as far as the next gen G-lineup phones are a concern. Today we have leaked press renders of complete G7 series which not only reveals all variants but also their design. If the press renders leak is accurate we can expect four Moto G phones next year including G7, G7 Plus, G7 Power and G7 Play.
Following the latest trend, the G7 and G7 Plus will have ultra-thin waterdrop notch at the top of the display. This means you can expect even better screen-to-body ratio as opposed to the predecessor. Despite the fact, both the phones have thin notch but still, both have a significant bezel on the bottom with Motorola branding.
On the rear side, you will find dual cameras enclosed in a typical Motorola phones circle. The LED flashlight is below the dual sensors. The cameras setup is slightly protruding. The M batwing logo has an embedded fingerprint scanner. Another prominent aspect is sides are gently curved which certainly not only adds elegance to the design but also makes it an easy device to hold single handily.
The Moto G7 Power features normal notch at the top similar like iPhone X. The rear side has single snapper with LED flashlight. The fingerprint scanner is in the same position as the G7. Unlike the G7, the G7 Power and G7 Play comes with slightly wider notch accompanying selfie-snapper, earpiece, LED flashlight and other sensors. On the rear side both have single rear snapper with LED flashlight. Once again the G7 Power key-selling aspect will be its gigantic battery cell.
Last but not the least the G7 series launch is expected in Q1 2019, most likely the company could take MWC stage to unveil new mid-rangers. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.