Last month we heard Lenovo is dropping plenty of its Moto series, but the G line will stay with a fourth powerful addition to the family. Today the Moto G7 Power got certified in Thailand with the model number XT1955-4, while the FCC listing revealed the device will have a battery capacity of 5,000 mAh.
The model on FCC revealed also the dimensions of the handset. The diagonal of the phone will be 167 mm, or around 6.45”, but the actual screen will likely be around 6.2”. Moto G7 Power will come with one main camera with an LED flash.
The new device will have at least four variants for different markets - XT1955-1 for Brazil with Dual SIM, XT1955-2 for Latin America with hybrid SIM slot, XT1955-4 is also with a hybrid slot, but no NFC, while the global one with the near-field communication is called XT-1955-7.
There´s no point in packing huge batteries in those "power" phones if they´re paired with the most crappy and power hugry processor in the market.
Let's see, either it will have a SD 4-something processor OR it will only be sold through limited carriers OR it won't be offered in US at all. Moto will find a way to make the phone undesirable or unavailable or both.
And its processor will be "snapdragon 410"