Confirming some of its previously shown specifications, the still-unannounced Motorola phone is priced at CAD 189 (approximately Rs. 10,400) from the record. This new development comes a day after live pictures of the device surfaced on the internet, together with a hands-on movie which shown its expected design. Earlier in May the forthcoming phone was allegedly recorded on Android Enterprise Recommended devices record, which offered an insight into the telephone’s various specifications.
The Moto E7 listing on Freedom Mobile’s site revealed that the phone is anticipated to be available in just one colour option — blue. In terms of inbuilt storage, only a 32GB variant of this phone has been listed. The telephone carries a pocket-friendly price label of CAD 189. Motorola has not officially announced any pricing details or a launch date yet.
Moto E7 specifications (anticipated )
The Freedom Mobile listing also revealed that the specifications of the upcoming phone. The Moto E7 is predicted to come with 2GB RAM and as stated previously, 32GB onboard storage. It’ll feature a 6.2-inch monitor along with also a 3,550mAh battery. Concerning camera, it features a 5-megapixel sensor on the front for selfies. Its dual camera set up on the rear houses a 13-megapixel main sensor alongside a 2-megapixel detector.
Moto E7 Live Pictures Suggest a Waterdrop-Style Notch, Double Back Cameras
Even though the phone is listed as’Moto E’, its specifications are similar to the Moto E7 citing on Android Enterprise Recommended devices list, resulting in speculations that the gadget is the forthcoming Moto E7. It is also considered that the Moto E7 is going to be powered with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC and operate on Android 10.
Live pictures of the new Motorola phone allegedly surfaced on line yesterday. The leaks indicated that the Moto E7 will be available in 2 color choices, together with thinner top and bottom bezels compared to Moto E6. The hands-on video which has been leaked alongside also shown a fingerprint sensor on the trunk, integrated with the Motorola batwing logo.