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A definitive render of the Moto G7 is leaked that shows its appearance

Lenovo has been criticized for a long time For offering devices with not very current designs, hardware inferior to the competition and very high prices, apparently with the Moto G7 they want to change that a bit and offer us a device quite similar to another already launched, at least in design. Let’s go with the details.

The new Moto G7 has a design very similar to the Nokia 5.1

If we look closely at the render we can see that this new member of the Moto family has a design very similar to the Nokia 5.1, with a rounded edge underneath with the word “Motorola” although with a notch in the form of a drop of water.

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Among its features and as discussed, it will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, it will be accompanied by 4GB or 6GB of RAM, storage of 64GB or more (expandable) and a 6.0 ″ screen with Full HD + resolution and 19: 9 format.

Other features include a double camera on the back of 16MP + 5MP and a front of 8 MP.

As a curiosity, this new Moto is rumored to have wireless charging, in addition, of course, the fast charging Turbo Power that Motorola offers in its equipment.

We will have Bluetooth 5.0, 3.5mm headphone jack input, USB Type-C port and a 3,500 mAh battery.

It is said that this new smartphone It will come with Android 9.0 Pie as standard without any customization, except for some of the Motorola functions.

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Release date

This Moto G7 could be presented next month or at the beginning of the year, no price is known at the moment, We bet it will be a bit more expensive than the recently introduced Moto One lineup.

Definitely

A modern design, a quality processor, a lot of battery and Android 9.0 Pie, apparently Lenovo has a winning card and its competitor is none other than the Xiaomi Mi A2, if they place it at a suitable price we will surely have a super sales. Do not you believe it?

Source | Gizmochina