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Moto G7/ Moto G6S Leaked in Live Images – Waterdrop Display Notch

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While Motorola launched its Moto G6 series of smartphones just a few months back, leaks about the Moto G7 has started showing up. The new leak shows Moto G7  sports a waterdrop display notch at the top along with a dual-rear camera set up at the back. While it’s too early to call it the final Moto G7, it could be a possible prototype.

As spotted by Chinese website Sohu, the images were leaked on Chinese micro-blogging platform Weibo. The tipster says that the images come from the Motorola employees themselves, so it is a reliable source. The screen on the leaked smartphone shows it to be the Moto G6 Plus but as the smartphone has already been launched in Brazil, it cannot be the Moto G6 Plus.

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Last year, with the Moto G5 series, Motorola introduced the Moto G5S series, which came with a dual-rear camera setup (a trend in 2017).  We can expect it to be the Moto G6S as Moto G6 series was not well received by critics as well as the audience. Also looking at the competitive India market, Moto G6S makes sense as Motorola has not launched the Moto G6 Plus in India till now.

Overall the device looks like the Moto G6 but this time comes with a waterdrop display notch like found on the essential phone and few other smartphones from Vivo and Oppo. The fingerprint scanner has been embedded into the Motorola logo at the back and there is not Motorola branding at front.

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Moto G7 sports a dual-rear camera setup with a 12-megapixel primary sensor and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor. Moto G6S is powered by the Snapdragon 630 processor and houses a 3,2000mAh battery. There is also an 8-megapixel front facing camera and all glass design. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and more.

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