Motorola decided to bet on the quantity. The company is slated to launch several mid-range phones and a couple of flagship smartphones this year. And if we talk about flagships some other time, then we can start talking about the average price range right now. Moreover, a certificate for the upcoming Moto E7 has appeared on the Web.
Motorola Moto E7 specs leaked and the launch seems imminent
New information about the Motorola E7 was recently seen in the listings of a Spanish store, where the price tag was 148 euros (about $175). The ad featured the model number, and fans were able to track down confirmation that the new product was already FCC certified.
On the website of the certification agency, along with brief technical specifications, a schematic image of a smartphone was also posted. Judging by the back of the device, either a double or triple main camera awaits us. The fingerprint reader will be located below the camera and will be embedded in the Moto logo.
The FCC website also states that the E7 will have a 5,000mAh battery. Another certification, TUV Rheinland, tells us that the device will have a 10W charger.
Recall that information about Moto E7 appeared back in July on the website of the Canadian website of Motorola. Then we found out that the smartphone will have a drop-notch in the display for the front camera. The display itself should be 6.2 “in size with HD + resolution. One variant will have 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage, while the base model may have a set of RAM and storage memory of 2/32 GB.
The SoC used remains the biggest mystery. According to rumors, either Snapdragon 460 or 632 is waiting for us.
Moto E7 Plus passes Geekbench with 4GB of RAM and Android 10
Motorola is gearing up to unveil new smartphones this quarter. The first and most plausible release will be the Motorola Moto G9 Plus which has been surfacing through several leaks recently. However, the company may also release new smartphones for the Moto E series. Recently, a Moto E7 smartphones were spotted on Google Play Console with 2GB of RAM. Then, the Plus variant passed by GeekBench Benchmark with twice this amount.
While the Moto E7 boasts the Snapdragon 632 chipset, the E7 Plus is listed with a “Guam” motherboard. This presumably stands for another Snapdragon 6xx chip. We’re not expecting a 7xx chipset on the Moto E7 Plus, since this still is an entry-level smartphone. However, we’re expecting something beyond the vanilla Moto E7 like the Snapdragon 670 or 675. In the worst-case scenario, the Plus model will retain the same chipset.