Moto G7 to be Unveiled in India on March 25

Moto G7 to be Unveiled in India on March 25

Moto G7 to be Unveiled in India on March 25

While the Moto G7 Power from the Moto G lineup arrived in India two weeks prior to its global debut, the Lenovo-owned brand is now prepping to bring the base version of the Moto G7 lineup.

A new set of renders that look to be of the upcoming Motorola Moto Z4 just hit the internet, via 91Mobiles. India pricing could be slightly lower as the Moto G7 Power, which is priced at $249.99 (Rs 17,000 approximately) in the United States was launched in India at Rs 13,999.

Aside from the launch date, the Motorola India Twitter handle has not revealed anything specific about the Moto G7's price, launch offers, and availability In India.

The smartphone is part of Moto's G7 series which include models such as Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Power and Moto G7 Play. There is no word on when Moto G7 Plus and Moto G7 Play will launch here. The device will be unveiled on 25th of March, and we have seen Motorola launching its G7 Power in the country last month that went for sale via Flipkart and other retail stores.

The device comes with a 6.24-inch Max Vision display with FHD+ resolution, a notch, and 19:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, we can find Qualcomm's Snapdragon 632 SoC with the clocking speed of 1.8GHz coupled with 4GB of RAM. On the front is an 8-megapixel camera with an f/2.2 aperture to take care of selfies. The Moto G7 also comes with a dedicated microSD card slot with the support for cards with capacity up to 512GB.

For optics, the G7 gets a dual-camera setup at the back with a 12 MP primary camera and a 5 MP depth sensor with an LED flash. The Moto G7 measures in at 157x75.3x8mm tips the scales at 172 grams.

The device supports dual 4G VoLTE connectivity along with Bluetooth v4.2, Wi-fi 802.11 a/b/g//n, GPS, A-GPS and more. As previously reported, the device is powered by a 3,000mAh battery with support for 15W Turbopower fast charging technology.

The Moto Z4 doesn't have a fingerprint scanner on its back, so we are assuming it be built into the display.

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