Moto G7 Leaked with Waterdrop Notch & Android 9.0 Pie

Moto G7 Leaked with waterdrop Notch & Android 9.0 Pie

Few Months back, Motorola has launched its Moto G6 and Moto G6 Plus smartphones in market. Now we are seeing several leaks about its next generation device which is the 7th generation Moto G device. Day by day we are getting leaks and rumors about the Moto G7 devices. Few days back the rumored spec sheet of the Moto G7 has leaked online revealing the key details. Some other earlier leaks suggested that the upcoming Moto G7 Device will be featuring waterdrop notch display.

This handset is yet to be announce, according to a source this device is expected to come in the Q1 of 2019. Before going further we want to clarify that As for now there is nothing official about this handset, so we advise you to take all these details with a pinch of salt.

As rumored the all new Moto G7 will be featuring 6.4-inch IPS display with waterdrop notch at the top having a Full HD+ resolution. It is also mentioned that the device will be powered by an unspecified Octa core processor; it is expect to be come with Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. it might come with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

Moving towards other specs of the device, as rumored the all new Moto G7 sports 16MP+5MP dual cameras and a 12MP front facing camera for selfies. it will be running on android 9.0 pie out of the box. It will be backed by a 3500mAh non-removable battery and come with Moto Turbo Fast Charging support. There will be a fingerprint sensor at the back of the device and it also be featuring face unlocking feature.

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Moto G7 Leaked with Waterdrop Notch & Android 9.0 Pie
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