Motorola is launching its G7 series anytime soon, if we can trust numerous certification listings, including FCC. There will be at least three phones, with one rumor suggesting even four - Moto G7, Moto G7 Plus, Moto G7 Power, and Moto G7 Play. The last one will be the more affordable and the least powerful and was just certified with the Eurasian Economic Commission.
The Moto G7 Play with a model number Moto XT1952-1 will have Android Pie, and this is everything the listing gives us. We already saw the device in real photos at the FCC - it will have USB-C, audio jack, microSD slot, but sadly, just a 2,820 mAh battery and a single camera on the back.Moto G7 Play on FCC
From previous rumors we know the phone will be powered by Snapdragon 632, coupled with Adreno 506 GPU. According to some renders, the G7 series will introduce the waterdrop notch design, but looking at the FCC photos, the G7 Play is likely staying with a classic rectangular screen lacking any cutouts for cameras and sensors whatsoever.
Unpopular opinion: This isn't the same Motorola as ye old days but they still make decent basic options. The consensus across independent reviews seem to echo my sentiment, and that apparently Lenovo-Moto allows independent repairs on their devices.
Never gonna buy a Moto phone ever again. Lenovo really dropped the ball and don’t even care for security updates. Rather just get a Xiaomi.
I own Xt1053 the best phone engineer ever build, i did switch to iphone but due cant bring enough satisfaction I use my xt1053 and need to change it, Because even motorola built quality is above all, I am engineer and I knew there is life limitation