Motorola’s upcoming budget smartphone, the Moto E7 was recently spotted on Geekbench running Android 10 and an octa-core processor. 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.
Now, from a reliable source Evan Blass, the leaked image reveals that; the Moto E7 Plus will be powered by the previously announced Snapdragon 460 SoC which Qualcomm claimed to arrive by the end of 2020. The Snapdragon 460 SoC will be coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage; there may be some other memory configuration available as well.
On to the optics, the Moto E7 Plus will be packed with dual rear camera setup; with support for Night Vision. As per the leaks, The primary unit will have a 48MP sensor; but the determination of the secondary module is currently unknown. Although we do expect it to be a depth sensor. Interestingly, the Moto E7 Plus will ship with a massive 5,000 mAh battery; but the charging speed and times are still unknown.
Previous Moto E7 Plus Leaks
According to previous leaks of the same, the Moto E7 Plus will come with a waterdrop notch display, a single rear-mounted fingerprint reader, and a USB-C port and more. The Moto E7 Plus previously passed through GeekBench 4.3 and achieved 1,152 points on the single-core tests and 4,373 on the multi-core department. While, these results are actually on par with the last year’s Moto G7 that ships with the Snapdragon 632, the Moto E7 will pack in the Snapdragon 460 SoC.
We expect the Moto E7 Plus to be larger than the vanilla Moto E7 that has a 6.2-inch HD+ display. However, the resolution could max out at 720p. The vanilla handset is listed in Canada at CAD 190 which is around $175 or 148 Euros. We can assume that the Motorola E7 Plus could sit towards the $200 margin.
MOTOROLA E7 ALLEGED SPECIFICATIONS
The Motorola Moto E7 features a waterdrop notch on its display. According to previous leaks, this display has a 6.2-inch diagonal. Moving back to the rear, we’ll have a dual-camera setup with 13MP main and 2MP secondary sensors. The Motorola logo is present on the back, and it probably doubles as a fingerprint scanner. Motorola definitively has trimmed down the bezels of this display, but it’s not the slimmest we’ve seen. Of course, the design is something often sacrificed in devices of this kind and price ratio.
Motorola is yet to confirm the arrival of the Moto E7 series. However, we are betting on the release of the Motorola E7 family along with the upcoming Motorola G9 Plus. The latter was released in October last year. This time, around, it may come a little earlier since leaks are popping out everywhere.