Motorola isn’t going to announce its latest mid-range devices for quite some time; however, we’re already getting an idea of what to expect. Next year, the Moto G7 might arrive with an edge-to-edge screen and a notch at the top. Between those things and the dual-camera setup, Motorola could roll out a mid-range product that gives flagships some much-needed pressure to innovate.
These aren’t confirmed features, but insider Steve Hemmerstoffer and MySmartPrice collaborated on renders that reveal what’s planned.
Watch the 360-degree clip here:
Just remember, though, that these are computer-generated renders. Everything you see has been based on information that’s swirling around in the rumor mill.
It’s possible none of this is accurate, but Hemmerstoffer and MySmartPrice are well-trusted when it comes to this type of thing. So we should be able to take these renders more seriously. Plus, there’s almost nothing about these renders that makes us doubt the Moto G7 won’t end up exactly like this.
Other rumored specifications include a Full HD+ display, an octa-core chip, 4GB of memory, 16MP and 5MP rear cameras, a 12MP front camera, a 3500mAh battery, and Android 9.0 Pie.
Motorola isn’t anywhere close to announcing new Moto G devices, but we should seem them in early 2019. The entire Moto G7 family should go official no later than February or March. As more leaks come in, we’ll pass them along to you.