Earlier this week, we came across leaked specifications of Motorola’s yet to be announced Moto G7 smartphone. Now, CAD-based renders have surfaced online, showing off the smartphone design from all angles. Motorola had already adopted tall 18:9 aspect ratio display, and in line with the latest trend, looks like Moto is all set to embrace the new waterdrop style notch.
As we can see in the CAD-based renders, courtesy of @onleaks and MySmartPrice, the smartphone comes with a metal frame, sandwiched between front and back glass design. The notch on the front houses the front camera, and two holes above it, which could either be for the microphone or for the proximity sensors. Just above that, you can see a slot for the earpiece. And despite the notch, and thin size bezels, the Moto G7 comes with thick bottom chin.
Watch: Motorola Moto G7 360 degree CAD render video
The volume rocker can be seen on the right, along with the power / volume button. The 3.5mm audio socket and USB Type-C port are at the bottom, whereas the SIM card slot sits on the top. Along the back, you have the circular dual camera module, that protrudes out, and a Moto logo which will most likely house the fingerprint scanner.
Based on the leaked specifications that we have come across earlier, the Moto G7 will come with a 6.4-inch Full HD+ display, and will be powered by an octa-core SoC. The chipset will be coupled with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage. A microSD card slot with support for up to 256GB is also expected.
In the photography department, the smartphone will come with dual camera setup at the back. This will include a 16-megapixel primary sensor couple with a 5-megapixel secondary depth sensor. Up front will be a 12-megapixel selfie snapper, which will also support face unlock feature. Moto is also expected to add some AI chops to the camera app for scene detection, and optimize the photos. To keep things ticking, the Moto G7 will come with a 3,500mAh battery with turbo charging feature. Lastly, the smartphone is expected to run Android 9 Pie OS out-of-the-box.