Lenovo-owned Motorola’s next-gen G7 series is expected to make its debut at MWC 2019, and with each passing day, the rumor mill is spinning up more details about the device. Now, alleged crystal clear hands on pictures of the Moto G7 Plus have been surfaced online, giving us a better insight into the phone’s design. The newly leaked live pictures of the Moto G7 Plus are in line with the renders we’ve seen in the past.
The images are captured and posted on a Facebook group, showing the phone in all its glory. The image (above) shows the Moto G7 Plus along with its standard packaging. The device can be seen with a huge screen, carrying a ‘drop’ notch on the top. The leaked pictures also reveals that the phone will carry a 6.2-inch FHD+ screen, housing a thick chin at the bottom. The bezels are narrower and the waterdrop notch definitely allows for more screen real estate.
The sticker on the phone’s display highlights that the device will be powered by a 1.8Ghz processor, paired with 4GB of RAM. Apart from that, the phone will carry support for 27W turbo fast charging, which seems to be quite impressive for a mid-range device. On the back, the phone has a glossy glass layer, that looks quite premium with that shiny red color. There’s a logo integrated fingerprint sensor on the center, together with the camera sensors above it.
For imaging, the Moto G7 Plus will have a rear dual camera setup, with support for OIS (Optical image stabilization). According to rumor mill, the device is specualted to carry a 16MP + 5MP combo at the back, along with a 8MP selfie sitting on the front. The phone is expected to be powered by an efficient Snapdragon 636 SoC.
The software screen on the image (above) hints that the phone will have a near stock version of android, which is quite better than a custom UI present on the smartphones out there. However, the A30ndroid version is unknown yet. As of now, there’s no more info to share with you. Stay tuned.
Via :- Slashleaks
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