Renders of the entire Moto G7 lineup surface
Motorola’s Moto G7 lineup is expected to be unveiled in Q1 2019. The company’s G-series of phones may just be its best-selling line, as devices in the lineup have usually offered fine value for money, a rarity in the American mid-range smartphone segment. For next year, the company is set to offer four G7 phones—up from three traditionally—and more renders of the phone have now surfaced.
The Moto G7 Play is expected to be the least-specced and cheapest in the lineup. The device is shown with a huge notch, by far the biggest of all the four devices. There’s also a heavy chin at the bottom of the phone, with Motorola spelled out on it—a design feature that’s present on all four phones. At the back is a single rear camera with a flash, all housed in a camera bump. Slightly below that is a fingerprint sensor with a Motorola logo debossed on it. The G7 Play is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 632.
The G7 Power will be a step up from the G7 Play, specs-wise at least. Renders show the phone with a big notch, although one that’s quite a bit smaller than the G7 Play’s. The bottom chin is also smaller than the G7 Play’s, although the back of the phone is identical to the cheaper offering’s. The G7 Power is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 632 and will be notable for its gigantic 5000 mAh battery.
The G7 and G7 Plus are the leaders of the lineup and are identical for the most part, design-wise. Both phones sport a teardrop notch, not the rectangular slabs on the G7 Play and G7 Power. Both phones also have a chin, though, but ones smaller than what can be found on the G7 Play.
At the back of the devices reside a dual rear camera unit, with the Motorola logo also doubling up as a fingerprint reader. The G7 is expected to be powered by a Snapdragon 632, like the G7 Play and G7 power. The G7 Plus, however, will likely opt for the more powerful Snapdragon 660.
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