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Moto G7 could launch in Brazil in early 2019

27 December 2018 4

Motorola is gearing up to launch the Moto G7 series and rumours about the upcoming phones have been gaining more force. According to the latest leak, Motorola may debut the Moto G7 series at a big event in Brazil, in February before the Mobile World Congress 2019 event in Barcelona.

Motorola’s Moto G series has been a big hit In Brazil since it was launched for the first time in 2013, so it makes sense for the company to bring the devices here. The company has not confirmed the launch date of the latest Moto G7 device, however, reports suggest that the premiere is scheduled to take place at a major global event in the early February. The phone was spotted on EEC and FCC certification websites as well as Geekbench running Android 9.0 out of the box, hinting at the imminent launch of the phone.

The Moto G7 packs a Snapdragon 660 processor with 4GB RAM and will have a 6-inch display screen. It has internal storage of 64 GB and will come with a battery capacity of 3,500 mAh. Reports suggest that Motorola will also launch a Moto G7 Plus variants, which will have a more powerful chipset and up to 6GB of RAM. Another variant called the Moto G7 Play will be backed by a Snapdragon 632 SoC, as well as a Moto G7 Power phone will a 5,000 mAh battery. The G7 Power will reportedly come with a single rear camera and a single selfie camera.

Motorola has not confirmed the specs as well the launch date of the Moto G7 series as of now, so we ask our viewers to take the report with a pinch of salt. With just a couple of months left for the Mobile World Congress 2019 event, we should know more details about the Moto G7 series soon! So, stay tuned!

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