Since Lenovo took control of Motorola, many things have changed, and not always for the better. But in recent months, the Chinese company is trying to improve the brand that it bought from Google, for example, by speeding up the update of its terminals, as we saw with the transition to Android 9.
This is due to the development of new models, among which is the Moto G7, the successor to the legendary mobile family, which is still one of the links of the middle class.
Four different versions
We still do not know the exact moment when we find out all the details of the new Motorola, but we know that there will be four versions.
- Motorola Moto G7: normal version.
- Motorola Moto G7 Play: the most economical option.
- Motorola Moto G7 Plus: the most powerful option.
- Power Motorola Moto G7: with more autonomy.
The latter is the one that was recently filtered, with a battery with a rarely pronounced amperage: 5000 mAh.
This model will measure 159 mm x 76 mm, and its diagonal – 167 mm. We do not know its thickness, something key when we talk about mobile phones with such large batteries. In the scheme published in the FCC, we see how this terminal, which will have one camera behind. Perhaps the dual camera is designed for the Moto G7 and G7 Plus.
Rumored to function
Despite the fact that there is no data to confirm the performance of the Motorola Moto G7 Power, XDA sources indicate that it will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor with an Adreno 506 graphics processor.
There will be three options for RAM: 2, 3 and 4 GB, as well as 32 and 64 GB of memory, although it is not yet known how the two figures will be combined.
The rear camera will be 12 Mpx with f / 2.0, and the front panel will have an 8 Mpx sensor with f / 2.2. The first mode will have a Cinemagraph mode or the ability to take pictures with the help of software. He will have a series of Android 9 Pie, but he will not be mobile with Android One.
The screen has not yet been filtered, but it is expected that it will have a 6.22-inch panel with HD + resolution and notch resolution. If so, the autonomy will be quite impressive, given the small expense of the panel with this resolution.