Alleged Moto G7 certification reveal processor upgrade and early release

Alleged Moto G7 certification reveals processor upgrade and early release

Motorola Moto G7 has caused a lot of rumors in the marketplace about its alleged specifications and availability details. Now, it seems the rumors may have been true since just last week the Moto G7 device was granted certification by the FCC, much ahead of regular schedule. This may mean that the device is indeed eyeing an early release next year.

The certification has also revealed some new information about the incoming device including marginally bigger dimensions compared to its predecessor, Motorola Moto G6. Sketches confirm what was previously rumored – a notched display at the front and dual cameras at the back.

Just like we saw in Moto G6, the phone will come in both single sim and dual sim variants. It may be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 processor, which is a huge upgrade from the Snapdragon 450 seen in Moto G6, something that gives the feeling this spec could be for the Plus variant. The memory specs seem to be 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM. The battery rating is expected to be 3000mAh.

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Everything indicates that Motorola is likely planning to unveil the phone during the MWC in February 2019, which might indicate a change in business strategy and/or release of multiple phones throughout the next year. In other news, Motorola phones running the Android One program can expect the Android Pie update rolling out soon.