“Moto G7 is expected to come in as many as four variants when it launches next year”
Lenovo-owned Motorola is expected to launch a number of new Moto G series smartphones at MWC next year. The brand is said to be planning as many as four variants of the new Moto G7 series. Some of these models are rumoured to be called the Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, and Moto G7 Play. Ahead of the unveiling, these devices have been popping up on the websites of several regulatory authority agencies. Now, yet another Moto G7 series variant has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The latest Moto G7 variant has received certification from FCC under the model number Moto XT1955-4. While the documents don’t clarify it, this is expected to be one of the Moto G7 variants, possibly the Moto G7 Power, which are launching next year. Notably, the same device was recently spotted on the website of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) in Russia as well.
The FCC certification suggests that this device will pack in a massive 5,000mAh battery. Sadly, the FCC listing hasn’t revealed anything else regarding this particular Moto G7 model at the moment.
In related news, the upcoming Moto G7 Play smartphone was also certified by FCC recently. The certification revealed the live images of the handset as well as a couple of its features. As per FCC documents, the Moto G7 Play could be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC, aided by an Adreno 506 GOU and a paltry 2,820mAh battery.
The live photos and sketches suggest that the Moto G7 Play will come with a notch above the screen, single front and rear cameras, and a fingerprint sensor hidden beneath the Moto dimple at the back. Other specs of the handset are not available at the moment, but we will keep you informed as soon as anything new pops up on the interwebs.