A few weeks ago Motorola announced the first member of the Moto E7 series: the Moto E7 Plus. We thought that the standard and Play models would be announced simultaneously but we ended up waiting in vain. However, in the past few hours, the Motorola Moto E7 has its hardware characteristics filtered thanks to a carrier.
The website Deal N’ Tech was the one who spotted the Moto E7 in the database of the aforementioned telecommunications company and this, in turn, listed practically all the hardware characteristics of the midranger. And we are pleased to appreciate that Motorola has elevated the hardware hierarchy of its once lean Moto E series.
Motorola Moto E7 Leaked Features
The front design of the Motorola Moto E7 lets us see a 6.29-inch LCD screen with HD + image resolution with a 19: 9 aspect ratio (1520 x 720 pixels). In the center of this screen we see a notch in the shape of a drop of water where its 5MP selfie camera and a proximity sensor would be housed and which is contained by a rather noticeable upper bezel.
The side bezels are just as thick while the bottom bezel is somewhat thicker. On the right side edge -from a frontal perspective- we will find the volume control buttons and the screen lock / power button.
When turning the Motorola Moto E7 we will find a dual camera positioned against the upper left corner of its other side. The lenses on this camera are vertically aligned although they are not all within the same compartment. The 13MP sensor wide-angle main lens is grouped into an oval compartment with its LED flash, while the depth lens is cropped on the outside.
Motorola Moto E7 has its features filtered including the mention of a 3550mAh battery and factory-installed Android 10. Unfortunately, there is no mention of fast charging technology or its processor and other technical specifications that we would love to know.
Fortunately, a leak of this magnitude can hardly happen unless the smartphone is shortly before being officially announced. So now we just have to wait for the official word from Motorola.
Via: Deal N’ Tech