That's not the first time we see the Moto G7 at FCC, but it's a more complete listing now. And it appears that this time around, the devices have different model numbers XT1965-3 and XT1952-2 - perhaps designated for different carriers or markets.
More interestingly, the listings feature a Snapdragon 660 paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of memory. There's also a schematic of the phone itself revealing NFC support and dual-camera setup - not all that surprising, to be honest.
According to the sheet, the Moto G7 will be offered worldwide with no significant difference between the SKUs - only band and SIM support could vary as well as memory configurations. The rest remains a mystery but given the frequency of the leaks and the complete FCC certification, that might not stay true for long.
I am, but what do you know? Nokia has cheap Android One phones, so that's what I'm going for next.
Hmm how to make the notch stand out..
I m using Z2 play got oreo update in Q1 2018 and receiving pie soon. I think u r using a cheap e or g series phone