Moreover, we are getting very close to the leaks of what will be the new Moto G generation, presumably the Moto G7. For now, we know that there will be at least one duo, Moto G7, and Moto G7 Plus. It was nevertheless in doubt about its final appearance. Doubt is cleared with new supposed renders filtered both Moto G7 and Moto G7 Plus images.
Finally, that Max Vision screen that we knew with a previous filtration arrives with a small notch in the form of a water-drop. In short, we would be facing a Moto G7 very similar to the previous and virtually identical to each other.
Two Identical Flagships With Small Difference
The upper image corresponds to the Moto G7 Plus. However, without any clarification, it would be impossible to distinguish it from the image you will find below. The design is similar in Moto G7 and Moto G7 Plus. The screen is expanded in both models with respect to the previous generation based on the notch and a smaller chin, although still strong enough to include the company logo. This logo is also present, as is tradition, in the fingerprint reader, in the back.
The rear is supposedly glass, and that’s why it is rumored that the Moto G7 could be the first to integrate Qi wireless charging, although nothing is confirmed. The configuration of cameras is also the same in both models, with a front camera of a lens and double for the rear one. As for the technical specifications that are shuffled, it is expected that the Moto G7 will mount a Snapdragon 660 while the Moto G7 Plus will raise the offer slightly with a Snapdragon 670 or 710. The Moto G7 probably has 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB storage, while the Moto G7 Plus looks more compatible with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB.
It is rumored that the camera configuration will be the same (dual 16 + 5 MP in the rear, with 4K recording), while the Moto G7 Plus is expected to have more battery than its brother, whose battery capacity is estimated at 3,500 mAh. However, the main difference will be the screen: the Moto G7 is expected with a 6-inch FHD + screen, while the Moto G7 Plus would take the diagonal to 6.4 inches, also FHD +. Their filing date is unknown, although considering that they passed through the FCC relatively recently, they are expected to be official sooner rather than later, probably early in 2019.