MotorolaMotoG7 11
MotorolaMotoG7 11

For much of 2018, the mid-range smartphone segment was dominated by Chinese manufacturers, especially by Xiaomi and Honor. However, there are still several reputed manufacturers that continue to launch quite interesting equipment. That’s why the Motorola Moto G7 has drawn so much attention.

So, after a lot of information has come up in recent weeks, we have the opportunity to see some more images of the device today. This time we have access to all the details about its design.

Although it has a difficult mission in competition with competitors from China, Motorola’s mid-range smartphones continue to prove popular in many markets.

Motorola Moto G7 will be a very popular mid-range smartphone

So it’s no wonder that the brand is planning to launch 4 different variants of its new smartphone. You will be able to choose between Moto G7, G7 Plus, G7 Play, and G7 Power.

Today, the images that circulate on the Internet show us the normal variant, the Motorola Moto G7. As you can see, it will have to offer a double rear camera positioned in the center, with the usual circular format. Underneath the photographic module, you will find your fingerprint reader with the embedded brand logo.

As for your front panel, you will be able to count on a screen that features a notch in the shape of a drop. However, certainly, brand fans would want to see significantly lower margins. Especially at this point in time, several companies are already launching low-end, near-shore smartphones.

On the right side of the smartphone, you will be able to find the power button and the respective buttons to control the volume. On the other hand, the left side of the smartphone will be completely clean. In the background, you have a USB-C input, 3.5mm jack input, and the grid that ‘hides’ the speaker.

Finally, there is still no official confirmation of possible submission date, but it is believed to be a few days before the start of MWC 2019 at the end of February.


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