Motorola website leaks Moto G7 devices

A leak from Motorola’s Brazilian website has revealed specs and images for the brand new G7 range which is due to be announced in a few weeks.

Motorola’s range of G7 phones has been leaked due to an error on its Brazilian website, showing off all the specs and features you could ask for.

The leak contains information for the entire series of Motorola G7 phones, which includes:

G7 Play
G7 Power
G7 Plus

The standard Motorola G7 will hold a 6.24 inch display at 1080 x 2270 resolution including a waterdrop notch, powered by a Snapdragon 632, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage all drawing from a 3,000 mAh battery. The camera setup includes a 12MP main sensor with a 5MP secondary lens too.

Motorola G7 range specs

You’ll find specific information about the specs for all versions of the phone just below.


Moto G7

Moto G7 Plus

Moto G7 Play

Moto G7 Power


6.24 inch 1080 x 2270px

6.24 inch 1080 x 2270px

5.7 Inch 720 x 1512px

6.2 inch (720 x 1512px


Snapdragon 632

Snapdragon 636

Snapdragon 632

Snapdragon 632











Rear Camera(s)

12MP (f1.8) + 5MP

16MP (f1.7) + 5MP

13MP (f2.0)

13MP (f2.0)

Front Camera

8MP (f2.2)

8MP (f2.2)

8MP (f2.2)

8MP (f2.2)


3,000 mAh

3,000 mAh

3,000 mAh

5,000 mAh


Android Pie

Android Pie

Android Pie

Android Pie


157 x 75.3 x 7.92mm

157 x 75.3 x 8.27mm

147 x 71.5 x 7.99mm

159.4 x 76 x 9.3mm






Some interesting specs here include the Snapdragon 636 on the Moto G7 Plus, and the massive 5,000 mAh battery on the G7 Power.

We don't have any information on pricing at this time but taking a look at these specs, Motorola is aiming at a more mid-range audience which means you're probably not going to be paying anywhere close to iPhone or Samsung Galaxy level for a brand new handset. This mid-level market is where some real value can be had if you're looking for a deal.

The G7 Power in particular looks like a fantastic workhorse phone with a lower resolution and a massive battery - so anyone concerned about a phone's battery lasting all day will be safe with that choice. The standard G7, G7 Plus and G7 Play all follow a fairly standard formula of the same phone with varying levels of power.

Make sure you take a look at our mid-range Smartphone reviews, too.

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