Motorola is about to launch their next device, the Moto G7 for the mid-range market. As fans expect to see the successor to the legendary G5, then the G6 and now the G7, anticipation for Motorola’s upcoming G7 is building up.
Leaked images, details and price points regarding the upcoming Motorola G7 lineup of devices have leaked online suggesting what we could expect from Motorola this year as they continue to battle in the mid-range market.
As expected, the Moto G7 lineup consists of the usual three devices along with an additional making its way towards the end. According to the report by MySmartPrice, it seems like Motorola is planning to release the Moto G7 Play, Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, and Moto G7 Power next month.
Details regarding the upcoming Moto G7 Play include its price tag, which is said to be priced at EUR 149 along with a decent set of hardware compliment the price tag. Expect to see the Snapdragon 632 and the 625 on the upcoming Motorola G7 Play and Power. Regarding the pricing of the G7 Power, that’s expected to retail for about EUR 209.
As the name suggests, the Moto G7 Power would emphasize a ton of its capabilities on a large battery, that is said to be 5000mAh according to the report. In addition to that, all four of the devices would support fast-charging out of the box without a mention of what type of fast-charging we’re looking at. However, given that these devices would be powered by Snapdragon SoCs and the fact that Motorola hasn’t done much apart from what Qualcomm has offered with their Quick Charge technology, we could expect to see support for Quick Charge 3.0 and possibly 4.0 with these upcoming devices, especially on the higher-end variants of the G7.
The last two devices Motorola would be releasing next month are the G7 and the Moto G7 Plus, two devices that are expected to be incredible options for the mid-range market. According to the same report, the G7 and the G7 Plus are expected to pack a Snapdragon 660 SoC under the hood along with a waterdrop notch to house the camera set up under the hood.
With Xiaomi’s introduction into the European market along with the long-time legend, Nokia joining the European market, this year’s competition is about to get a whole lot tougher than Motorola expected.