Motorola’s entry-level series for the year and the successor of the Moto E6 is yet to debut, though we have seen some leaks in the past the pricing, and other specs were not confirmed. Now, from the Moto E7 and Moto E7 Plus, the vanilla E7 has emerged on the FCC certification suggesting some battery details. Additionally, the smartphone has been listed by a Spanish retail store ahead of its launch revealing the price of the device.
The FCC certification reveals a device with model number XT2081-1 and it is believed to be the Motorola’s Moto E7 smartphone. We get a rear panel look of the smartphone that shows the square-shaped camera module and the Moto-embossed fingerprint scanner.
Getting closer, we learn that there are three cameras at the rear and the unlock scanner is just below the camera module. On the side, there is a power button and the volume rockers. It seems to also have a SIM card slot and an extra button. It is not sure that what will the extra button do, but we guess it could be a multi-function key or else a Google assistant toggle-key.
The FCC sheet reveals that the smartphone has a 5,000mAh non-removable battery. The previous listing and leaks confirmed a 6.2-inch water-drop notch display with an HD+ resolution. It is expected to come with either a Snapdragon 400-series SoC or the popular entry-level SoC – Snapdragon 632. It will be paired with up to 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The battery will have a 10W standard charging speed and the device will run on the Android 10 OS.
Moving to the retailer listing, the store page reveals a price tag of EUR 148.07(~$175). It is currently out of stock but with this listing, the launch seems very close and it could debut in the European market soon.
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