Motorola’s upcoming budget Moto E7 and E7 Plus models have been in the news for quite a while now, an indication that their launch is closeby. Ahead of that, the Moto E7 has been certified by the FCC.
The FCC certification gives us a look at the rear design of the device as well as a few of its key specifications. The design includes a square-shaped module at the rear which has three openings. The openings are likely for three camera sensors or two sensors and an LED flash but we’ll go with three sensors considering the sizes of the openings. The device also packs a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor just below the camera module. The fingerprint scanner is embedded in the Moto logo dimple.
In terms of the specs, the FCC listing only reveals the Moto E7 will pack a 5,000 mAh battery. Earlier on, the device had been certified by TUV Rheinland showing the presence of a 10W charger inside the box.
In a related development, the Moto E7 has been listed by a Spanish retailer clutching a retail price of €148.07. Although the model is listed as Out of Stock, the listing could be a pointer to the price in Europe.
Back in July, the vanilla E7 was listed by a Canadian carrier giving us a clue of the specs of the device. The E7 is expected to feature a waterdrop notch on the front. The device will pack a 6.2-inch display with HD+ resolution of 720×1520 pixels. It willl likely be powered by either a Snapdragon 460 or SD 632 chipset. The phone will also be available in 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage option but the base model could have 2GB of RAM and 32GB storage. The Canadian retailer’s listing shows the device will pack a 3,550 mAh battery which conflicts with this one. So there is a possibility that this model could emerge as E7 Power which is consistent with the company’s branding style.
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