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Moto E7 renders leak: Motorola could be stepping up its low-end game – Android Authority


Motorola Moto E6 hands on close up of camera
Motorola Moto E6 hands on close up of camera

  • Moto E7 renders have apparently leaked online.
  • Apparent upgrades include a bigger battery, fingerprint scanner, and dual rear cameras.

Motorola’s E series has generally been the cheapest smartphone line in its portfolio, bringing the basics at a reasonable price. The Moto E7 Plus was already launched earlier this year, but we haven’t really heard anything about the standard model.

Fortunately, Twitter tipster Abhishek Yadav has now posted renders of the vanilla Moto E7. The images show a phone with a dual rear camera setup, what seems to be a rear fingerprint scanner, and a waterdrop notch upfront. The images also show turquoise and gray colorways. Check them out below.

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Yadav also claims that the phone will be equipped with a 6.5-inch HD+ panel, a 48MP+2MP rear camera setup, a 5MP selfie camera, a 4,000mAh battery, and Android 10.

There’s no word on the processor, but this would still make for a significant upgrade over the Moto E6 in a few ways. The E6 offers a single 13MP rear camera and 3,000mAh battery, so we’re expecting better image quality and longer endurance with the new phone. The older phone also lacks a fingerprint scanner, so we could be set for an upgrade here too. The only major downside otherwise is that the E7 apparently isn’t shipping with the latest version of Android.

The Moto E6 retailed for ~$150 in the US, so we’re expecting a similar price for this device if it comes to the US. But hopefully the firm goes with more attractive pricing in Europe and India, given the increased competition from the likes of Xiaomi and Realme. Looking for more budget goodness? Then check out our list of the best cheap phones you can buy.

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