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Motorola G7 spotted at Geekbench with Snapdragon 660 and Android Pie

18 January 2019 2

The Moto G7 series rumors are gaining momentum at a very rapid pace. Like Samsung, Motorola is also expected to announce a G7 lineup in a dedicated event in Brazil ahead of MWC 2019 but the exact launch date is still in the dark. Today the Moto G7 appears at the Geekbench which confirms the device will be running on the Snapdragon 660 chipset.

Last month the G7 appeared at the FCC with the Snapdragon 660 SoC. The Geekbench listing reconfirms it will be running on the Qualcomm's Octa-core mid-range chipset. The Moto G7 scored 1,260 points on single-core test whereas on multi-core test the device achieved 4,759 points. Surprisingly the scores are not as high as the other phones running on the Snapdragon 660 chipset. The Geekbench listing also confirms the Octa-core SoC will be accompanied with 3GB RAM. As OS the device is pre-installed with the Android Pie 9.0. Its native storage will be further expanded using MicroSD.

From what we heard so far suggests the Moto G7 will be the featuring a water-drop notch. The fingerprint scanner will be on the rear side embedded in the Motorola batwing logo. The rear side has dual cameras of 16MP+5MP. Up front, the selfie snapper is 12MP with LED flashlight. The display is expected to be 6-inches with Full HD+ screen resolution. A 3,500mAh battery is on board to keep its lights on.

Do share your thoughts regarding the Moto G7 Geekbench listing in the comments section below. Stay tuned.

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(last update 23 August 2019 @ 22:18)



Motorola G7 spotted at Geekbench with Snapdragon 660 and Android Pie
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