Motorola urgently needs to win back its fans, or risks being the next big maker to sink. To this end, it is preparing to submit 4 new additions to its Moto G family.
These will be presented on February 7th in Brazil, where their mid-range smartphones are still very popular. Now through new photos hands-on We have learned several details of the new Motorola Moto G7 Plus.
Of the four new mid-range smartphones, this will be the one with the most eye-catching specifications, and therefore will be priced higher. One of the most interesting details is the confirmation of support for fast charging at 27W.
Motorola Moto G7 Plus Spotlights New Photos hands-on
One of the photos shows the front panel of the Moto G7 Plus still with the original film. In this film we can see some of its specifications confirmed. So you'll get a 6.2 "inch Full HD + display with a drop-shaped notch. What's more, this model features a four-core processor (Snapdragon 636) and 4GB of RAM.
It has also been confirmed that its dual rear camera will arrive with IOS (optical image stabilization) and various artificial intelligence capabilities. According to the various rumors that have been circulating, it is known that its front camera will have 16 megapixels.
On the other hand, the photography that shows us its rear panel does not bring anything new. So it will come with a very vivid red hue. On the other hand, its double rear camera will be integrated in the already traditional centered circle. Underneath will be the fingerprint reader with the brand logo.
Finally, we are very close to the day of presentation of these new smartphones. They all seem to present themselves in an interesting way, targeting different types of users. However, everything indicates that the level of your success will be directly related to your market price.
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