Motorola Moto E7 has passed through Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) website. The device is not a new story, since it already leaked with full special thanks to an online retail listing. The new entry-level device will continue Motorola’s lineup of affordable devices that have greatly evolved in recent years. If you recall, the first Motorola Moto E as a super budget device with Snapdragon 200 which lacked a LED flash.
The Motorola Moto E7 appeared online with the XT2095-3 model number. The listing also confirms the 4-LTE support, which isn’t a big surprise. After all, not even the Motorola Moto G lineup has 5G connectivity as a common feature. The company unveiled the Motorola Moto G 5G, but that’s it. Unfortunately, NBTC isn’t a very revealing place. However, we already know what to expect thanks to a previously leaked online listing.
Motorola Moto E7 alleged specifications
The Moto E7 will flaunt a 6.2-inch HD+ Max Vision display with a resolution of 1,520 x 720 pixels which results in a 19:9 aspect ratio. Unfortunately, the listing didn’t reveal anything about the CPU giving power to the phone. However, it can be an Octa-Core chipset from Qualcomm or MediaTek. The Snapdragon 460 is a strong candidate, but we’re not sure if Motorola will bring it to the Moto E family. The phone has 2GB of RAM and 32GB of Internal Storage. That amount can be easily expanded with a 512GB microSD card. The phone will pack a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The phone draws power from a 3,550mAh battery and we’re not holding our breath for fast-charging. We have an Android 10 OS operating system, now the big question is whether it will come with full-fledged Android or a Go counterpart. After all, Google will require 2GB smartphones to ship with Android Go starting sometime in the next month. Anyway, the phone has a 13MP primary sensor and a 2MP depth sensor on the back. On the front, we have a 5MP selfie living inside of the waterdrop notch. This camera is capable of 1080P video recording, but we’re not expecting it to support 60 frames per second.
Motorola is yet to confirm the launch of the new Moto E7. However, considering the number of leaks popping out, we believe that this will happen in the next month.