With a growing focus on the mid-tier in smartphones, Lenovo’s Moto is one of the big players; it’s mid-range phones have been popular for a while now, and the Moto G7 is the next expected release. With some leaked renders, we now have a better idea what it’s going to look like.
Slash Leaks has released some renders of the new Moto G7, which show the phone off from a number of angles.
The renders don’t show us anything new about the Moto G7, per se, but they do give us a good look at the design that Moto has chosen:
The design from the rear is very Moto, and from the front I’m reminded of the LG G6. That bottom bezel is reasonably large by 2018-19 standards, but the other bezels are pretty minimal. The tear-drop style notch is unremarkable, and thankfully fairly non-intrusive.
What are we expecting with the Moto G7? A dual rear camera is shown, a fingerprint sensor below the camera (under the Motorola batwings logo), a USB-C port for charging and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The lineup will likely feature the entry-level Moto G7, mid-level Moto G7 Play, and the top range Moto G7 Plus. We use those labels, but realistically, the Moto G7 range will be pitched at the mid-range market (think under $800-900 AUD at most).
We should learn more from Moto at MWC19.