New leaks of Moto G7 shows up with waterdrop notch along with backside fingerprint reader

We have no doubt that Moto G is Lenovo’s thriving sequence, the next smartphone in this series is not anticipated to get unveiled soon, yet several leaks reported a few days back have exposed various specs of this handset. In the beginning, numerous expected features were leaked, accompanied by reliable presumption regarding the sequence’s expansion to contain a minimum of four 2019 models, and at this moment we are able to take a look at the “standard” Moto G7 device in all its grandeur.

In fact, we’re not going through the real-life images of this handset, although factory CAD-based supplies developed by prominent leaker Steve Hemmerstoffer, often known as @OnLeaks, are indeed as good as the best. There’s hardly any a proper reason to question the reliability of these first-class images of the device, exhibiting a stylish model with the trending “waterdrop” notch present on the display, which allows it to considerably decrease display bezels. Such an implementation of the waterdrop notion doesn’t feel all that attractive, with the notch merely shelter a front camera, and an isolated cutout at the top is provided for accommodating earpiece.

The bezels itself are hardly imperceptible, the bottom part is enough spacious to incorporate the whole “Motorola” branding, whereas the multiple backside cameras set up is weird in its appearance. However, What we’re confronting here is most likely to be a low priced handset, so obviously, we can’t expect anything better. The fingerprint reader at backside is embossed into the Moto logo, which is undoubtedly a good work. When it comes to entire design and proportions, it doesn’t appear like that waterdrop notch will significantly benefit Lenovo, still, irrespective of the camera bump, thickness of the device is going to be moderately cut down. Other expected features in this device are a Full HD+ screen, 16 + 5MP dual cameras, 12MP selfie shooter, an octa-core processor with 4GB RAM, Android 9.0 OS, 64GB inbuilt space, and 3,500 mAh battery to power up the whole device.


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