Moto G7 Listing on FCC Hints Wireless Charging and Waterdrop Notch

The Moto G7 is going to be Motorola’s next mid-range offering in its line-up. The Lenovo-owned company has been working on the device for quite some time now as we have seen numerous speculations and news floating around the internet about the Moto G7. As per these reports surfacing on the internet, the Moto G7 is slated to come with many new features like the 6.4-inch display, waterdrop notch, wireless charging support and much more. Also, a new report has surfaced which confirms the Moto G7 for the US market courtesy of a Federal Communication Commission listing. This listing also reveals the specifications of the Moto G7 in their entirety. Go ahead and read the rest of the article to know more about the Moto G7.

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Wireless Charging, Waterdrop Notch and More on the Moto G7

As per the FCC listing, the model number of the Moto G7 is the 1965-3, and it will carry the Snapdragon 660 SoC under the hood which will be paired with 4GB of RAM, and 64GB of internal storage in many countries like Latin America, Western Europe, Australia, Japan, and New Zealand. A diagrammatic image of the Moto G7 has also been uploaded alongside the FCC listing, and it hints towards a dual rear camera setup. What’s more, is that the G7 has also been revealed to support dual-band Wi-Fi and NFC as well.

India Model to Probably Have Slight Changes

In India, however, the Moto G7 with model number XT 1965-4 will land in the markets, whereas in China, we will get to see the G7 with model number XT 1965-6. The model number XT 1965-1 will be spotted in the Canadian and USA markets, whereas in Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, the G7 XT 1965-2 model number will be on sale. It’s worth noting that the current listing of the phone, which is on the FCC, lists only the XT 1965-3 model, which will be seen just in the countries including Western Europe, Japan, New Zealand, Latin America and Australia. 91mobiles first saw the FCC listing of the Moto G7.

Moto G7 Rumoured Specs and Features

Some of the previous leaks have suggested that the Moto G7 will carry a 6.4-inch Full HD+ display featuring a resolution of 1080×2340 pixels. As for hardware, the phone will supposedly carry the Snapdragon 660 under the hood. As per the hints, the phone will flaunt 12MP selfie snapper, 64GB internal storage and a 3,500mAh battery. There are also rumours about wireless charging support on the Moto G7. Also, the dual rear camera setup of the Moto G7 has been hinted to come with a 16MP primary sensor and a 5MP secondary sensor. The renders that have been spotted online also hint towards a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C port which find their place on the bottom edge of the device. The renders also peg the dimensions of the Moto G7 at 157×75.3x8mm and the thickness of the phone is said to be 9.5mm owing to the slight camera bump on the rear.

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Try to ignore moto now, nothing new in terms of technological advancements in there devices, just copying stuff from other brands and that too at no sense pricing.

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