Back in November, two Motorola smartphones were spotted receiving an FCC certification, which led to speculation about how they might be variants of the Moto G7. More recently, a new Motorola smartphone with model number XT1952-1 was spotted receiving the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) certification.
The document does not give out a lot of details about the handset at all, but we do know that it will come with Android 9.0 Pie out of the box.
Thanks to the FCC listing though, we also know that it will also have an USB-C, audio jack, a microSD slot, one rear camera and a 2,820mAh battery.
According to various rumors that have been floating around, the device might be powered by a Snapdragon 632 chipset with Andreno 506 GPU and might sport a waterdrop notch.
Judging from the FCC photos though, the phone looks painfully classic in design, so we’re quite curious about the looks of the final product and, judging by all the incoming certifications, we should expect Motorola to launch the G7 Play quite soon.
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