Motorola is gearing up to announce its new line of Moto G7 smartphones. The new series of midrange smartphones will be unveiled later today in Brazil, but they will still take some days to reach other markets in the globe. Even though, the Moto G7 decided to pay a visit to Verizon’s certification page.
That’s not a secret that the United States Big Red carrier will offer at least one of the Moto G7 models in the country, and based in this new info, we already know that users of that carrier will be able to buy the standard Moto G7 smartphone with XT1962-1 model number.
The product description says that the Moto G7 offers an “elegant design, premium performance, and all-day battery.” The certification page listing confirms pretty much every spec from previous leaks. That includes the 3,000mAh battery, that should give a full day of low/medium usage. The 6.24-inch LCD display is also confirmed, as well as LTE Cat 6 support.
Verizon also shared a picture of the handset in Ceramic Black color, but more colors may also be available when the smartphone gets available in the carrier. There’s no mention about the handset pricing, but we should consider a $250~$300 price tag.