Lenovo owned electronic and telecom company, Motorola has been working on a soon to come launch of their latest device, the Moto E7 Plus. A Geekbench listing of the upcoming budget smartphone device was also earlier seen some weeks back. It was even seen listed on an online Spanish retailer store at the price of 148 Euros that translates to approx., merely USD 175. To the pleasure of Motorola fans, the sell ad listing also included the budget smartphone handset’s model number. Motorola fans were able to notice the model number and track it down. They were able to confirm that the upcoming device was already Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certified and licensed.
Now, after all the developments over the last 2 weeks, there seems to be new leaks on the device here. Recently, a credible leakster, Evan Blass, who’s also a reliable and trustworthy source, tweeted an image that gives us more information about the Moto E7 Plus to work with.
The tweeted image reveals that the Moto E7 Plus is expected to run on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 460 SoC chipset. The Qualcomm Snapdragon was announced earlier this year, back in January, 2020. Additionally, the tweeted image also reveals that the Moto E7 Plus has a 4 GB RAM and 64 GB ROM storage. There may as well be other additional memory configurations that are as of yet not revealed.
Apart from the storage, some details pertaining to the Moto E7 Plus’ battery and camera cum optic features have also been revealed. The device is now thought to run on a 5,000 mAh battery that will undoubtedly give a long device up time and more screen time. However, details about the battery’s charging speed is unknown for the time being.
Coming to the camera and optic specs, it is expected to feature a dual camera setup on the back. It is also expected to have support for Night Vision mode. One of the cameras will be a 48 MP primary sensor, but specs for the second camera remains to be known.
Prior leaks suggest a water drop notch screen display and a fingerprint scanner mounted on the back. The front design further includes thin bezels and a single selfie camera. There will perhaps be a Type-C port for charging and other purposes. We don’t know when the device will be unveiled. Motorola hasn’t made much communication in this regard either