The Moto E7 has been spotted on many certification sites, a sign of its early launch. The phone has been spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the National Broadcasting and Telecom Commission (NBTC) and TUV certification sites in Thailand. Recall that the high-end model of this series Moto E7 Plus was launched last month, but the Lenovo-owned company has not shared any information regarding the launch of Moto E7. In the previous leak, there was also a suggestion of a dual camera setup behind the Moto E7.
91Mobiles has seen the Moto E7 on the FCC, NBTC and TUV sites. The phone is listed on the NBTC with the model number XT2095-3, however, it does not get any information other than the model number and the name of the smartphone. A variant of the Moto E7 with model number XT2095-1 has also been spotted on the FCC and is listed with in-box accessories such as AC adapter, battery, earphones and USB cable. A list of KG40 battery models is given in the TUV certification, stating that the Moto E7 will be equipped with a 4,000mAh battery with 5W charging support.
Moto E7 price in India, specifications
The price of Moto E7 Plus in India is Rs 9,499 and the price of Moto E7 may be less than this. Talking about the specifications, it was revealed from the previous leak that the phone has a 6.2-inch HD + (720×1,520 pixels) display. The processor is not known, but it may come in 2 GB RAM + 32 GB storage configuration. The Moto E7 can offer a dual rear camera setup with a 13-megapixel primary sensor and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor. There is also talk of a 5-megapixel shooter inside the included notch.
The Moto E7 features a 3,550mAh battery and connectivity options include a 3.5mm headphone jack, Wi-Fi, LTE, GPS and Bluetooth. A fingerprint scanner will be provided on the back of the Moto E7. As we said, Motorola has not shared any official information about this smartphone.
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