Moto E7 Plus has been spotted on Geekbench that has hinted at some of the specifications of the upcoming Motorola offering. The Moto E7 Plus may come with 4GB of RAM that is double the expected memory of the upcoming Moto E7. The listing also suggests that the Moto E7 Plus will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. Last month, some live images of the Moto E7 Plus were reportedly leaked, showing a dual rear camera setup and a waterdrop notch design on the front.
Moto E7 Plus Geekbench listing, specifications (expected)
As per the Geekbench listing, the Moto E7 Plus scored 1,152 points in single-core tests and 4,373 points in the multi-core segment. It also offered some insight into the expected specifications of the device.
For starters, the Moto E7 Plus may run on Android 10. It is expected to be powered by 1.80GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor. On the listing, the motherboard is simply mentioned as ‘guam.’ Although this doesn’t clarify which specific model the term refers to, it can be speculated that the phone can carry a 600-series or 700-series Snapdragon chip.
Moto E7 Plus live photo leaks
Last month, a 91mobiles report showed some leaked live images of the Moto E7 Plus, offering a glimpse of its expected design.
On the front, the Moto E7 Plus is rumoured to feature a waterdrop notch that will house the selfie camera. The front of the phone was seen with thin bezels in the leaked images.
On the back, the device appears to have a glass back with a dual rear camera setup. While the cameras are placed separately, the setup also comprises an LED flash and laser autofocus. A fingerprint sensor is speculated to be placed on the Motorola logo dimple.
On the bottom, the Moto E7 Plus is seen with speaker grills and a USB Type-C port.
Going by the leaks, the Moto E7 Plus appears very similar to the leaked live photos of the vanilla Moto E7. Motorola hasn’t officially confirmed any of details, or the launch date, of the upcoming devices.
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