Moto G7 Leaks In Real-Life Images With Small Display Notch

The alleged Motorola Moto G7 has just surfaced in real-life images, though it is noted that the phone is being tested as the Moto G6 Plus for some reason. If you take a look at the provided images, you will notice that the phone is made out of metal and glass, and its back side definitely resembles the back side of other Moto-branded handsets, though the front side is different, as a ‘water drop’ notch is included on it.

The ‘water drop’ notch, as it’s being called, is a rather small notch at the top of the display, and several Chinese OEMs have included it on their devices. The device that you can see here has really thin bezels all around, though it does have a ‘chin’ below the display. It is worth noting that this will be a budget phone, so we can’t exactly ask for thinner bezels than these. In any case, two cameras seem to be located on the back of the phone, in an oreo-like camera setup, where a dual-LED flash is also located, this is nothing new for Motorola. Motorola’s branding is included on the back, and that is actually the phone’s fingerprint scanner as well. As you can see in the provided images, the device will utilize on-screen buttons, and its display will sport rounded corners.

The Moto G7 is actually expected to sport similar bezels to the Moto G6 Plus, the device is expected to ship with the Snapdragon 630 64-bit octa-core processor by Qualcomm, along with 6GB of RAM and a 3,200mAh non-removable battery. 12 and 5-megapixel cameras will be located on the back of the phone, allegedly, while an 8-megapixel camera is expected to be included on the phone’s front side. Do keep in mind that these are only rumored specifications for the handset, it is possible that they will be different once the phone becomes official. Having said that, the Moto G7 is not expected to arrive anytime soon, so stay tuned for more info.

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