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Moto G7 series official press renders and pricing leak suggest imminent launch

21 January 2019 2

Moto’s G series has been the highest selling phones in recent times. The 7th generation of G series is yet to launch however it has been making its presence felt via continuous leaks and rumors suggesting that the phones may launch any time soon.

A recent leak now has revealed the price of Moto G7 series, its official renders weeks ahead of its launch, rumored to be around MWC 2019.

As per the leak, the Moto G7 series may have four different variants namely: Moto G7, G7 Plus, G7 Play, and G7 Power. Each of these devices has a slight difference in their specs which may attract users looking for specific features. The Moto G7 and G7 Power are the base variants and may have a larger notch. While the Moto G7 Plus and G7 Play may come with a teardrop notch.

The G7 series may come powered with a Snapdragon 632 SoC with the price starting at EURO 149 or USD 170 for the Moto G7 Play. The Moto G7 Power may come with a 5000 mAh battery, 6.2-inch HD+ display, 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, and a single rear camera sensor. The price of Moto G7 Power is expected to be EURO 209 or USD 238.

In a related news leaks emerging from Brazil suggest that the Moto G7 Power may be priced at BRL 1,399 (~$370). Notably, smartphone prices in Brazil are generally higher than other markets. The leak also reveals the Moto G7 Series’ launch date in Brazil as February 7.

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