Moto G7 renders reveal new 'Power' variant and multiple notch styles

Ruben Fields
January 21, 2019

In terms of design, both G7 Play and G7 Power look nearly similar, with wide iPhone-esque notches and single cameras on their back. Our sources had mentioned that the Moto G7 will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC, but others mention that the device will feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 SoC.

Motorola is set to update its popular G-series of phones this year with four new devices - Moto G7, Moto G7 Play, Moto G7 Power, and Moto G7 Plus. They also both appear to have a dual-lens camera on the back, and a Motorola logo which may double as a fingerprint scanner.

The Moto G7 Play is expected to offer the same design philosophy as of the high-end Moto G7 or the Moto G7 Plus smartphone. The Moto G7 will come in Black and White color options. The "Power" model will have an extra-large battery, expected to be around 5,000mAh. The leak includes the G7, G7 Plus, G7 Play and the G7 Power, as well as European pricing for two of the devices.

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Finally, this source details some of the prices and color choices to expect. However, the Moto G7 Play will have entry-level internals, and this listing does suggest the same. It's a Geekbench listing for a phone dubbed the Moto G7, but it lists a Snapdragon 625 chipset, which if the rumors above are accurate would mean this is actually the Moto G7 Power.

The Moto G7 Play will be the most affordable smartphone in the entire lineup, starting at €149 (~$170/₹12,000) in some European markets, and will come in Gold and Blue colors.

That's a slight boost on the Moto G6 Plus, which got a multi-core score of 4,167 in our tests. The phone will also reportedly run on Android 9 Pie out-of-the-box. That might change this year, if renders from leaked CAD files are to be believed.

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